I am not necessarily a newbie (I have a couple dozen batches under my belt), but this is my first batch in my new apartment. The building is steam heated and I am on the first floor so all the pipes are directly underneath me, so I have my heater turned off, but my apartment still sits at about 75-80 degrees in the winter (I live in MN). So my fermentation is sitting at 75 degrees for a Dry Irish Stout. I have read that Ales are pretty forgiving up to 80 degrees. I dont really want to open a window and cool my entire apt because I do not want to cause the temp to flucutate extremely. Any suggestions or is this just going to have to be an experiement to see how fermentation goes at the higher end of the temp spectrum? The vent is bubbling like it should, there has been a little bubble over because the water in the vent is now beer colored, but its been 3 days and its still bubbling.