Cold crashing is about clearing the beer before moving it. You don’t have to keep it cold after transferring. If it’s a beer that needs additional conditioning, I’ll cold crash for a few days, transfer it to a keg, charge with 30-40 lbs of CO2 and then basement it until it’s ready (or I am.) After that, a week in the fridge at serving pressure, and it ready to drink.
Personal taste is one thing, but to be arrogant about yours is what makes you an a-hole. Don't be an a-hole with personal taste.
. . .This has been a PSA from your local Klubb.