So I made up my first batch a couple days ago, a 1 gallon kit of Caribou Slobber from NB. I think brewing went fine, and I pitched the yeast 3 days ago. For the first 2 days, I had an active head with a lot of co2 through the blow off tube. After 2 days, the head collapsed and I replaced the blow off tube with an airlock. It was bubbling at a reduced rate...so all looked good. So my problem, at the end of day 3, I see no bubbles at all in the airlock. Unfortunately my temps have been a bit higher then optimal. First two days between 68 and 72 degrees. However, my min/max thermometer shows I hit 80 for some amount of time....could this have killed off the yeast? I'm in a small apartment and don't have a good way to control temps ( no basement). As it gets cooler outside, I should have much better luck controlling the temps....so next time should be better. My question is what about this batch, should I wait it out and try bottling or is it ruined? Note that at this time I have no ability to test for SG, I'm guessing that will have to change. So, what do you think?