A week and a half ago (Sunday) I brewed a beer - Northern Brewer's Belgian Dubbel kit, but with White Labs WLP550 Belgian Ale Yeast (with starter). Lots of nice fermentation bubbles, slowed down a lot by the end of the weekend (7 days after brew day), no longer seeing bubbles in the airlock. White Labs says the yeast likes 68-78, fermentation was in my basement, around 70. Monday comes, hurricane comes nearby. Power went out around noon on Monday, out until around 7pm Tuesday. Temps in the house got down to around 62. Now it's back to around 68-70 (my thermometers disagree). Is there anything I should be doing, or just wait and see what happened? Has my yeast gone to sleep?
Last I checked, Sunday night, there was a lot of krausen still on top so I couldn't check the gravity. Recipe says to rack to seconday this coming Sunday.