I am getting ready to brew my first batch and was wondering about fermentation temperatures... The ale I am going to brew calls for Wyeast 1028 London Ale, which calls for temperatures between 60-72. I recently measured the temperature of a bowl of water in the corner of the room where I will be fermenting. I started one afternoon and measured several times throughout the day. I do understand the temperature inside the fermenter will be 5-10 degrees higher. Will the temperature variation be too much, it only varies 3.5 degrees. Here are the temps I measured throughout the day listed in degrees Farenheit
77 start temp (didnt record the time)
61.7 07:00 (the next morning)
The temps are well within the range for the yeast, if not a little low, but the inner fermenter temp should raise it up.... right?