I'm in the process of my first brew and decided to do a Kolsch using the kit from Midwestsupplies
with the White Labs Kolsch Ale 029 yeast.
According to White Labs website
the Optimum Fermentation Temperature is 65-69°F.
I got the idea from an article I found on beersmith
but the recipe he used had the same yeast yet he said to ferment the beer at 60°F or as close as you can get to 60°F.
I have my primary in the basement in a spot that is a constant 62.5 but if I move it around the corner I can achieve 65. Or if I move it towards to back I can get closer to 60. What temperature should be the optimal for my Kolsch and in the future should I rely on the yeast manufacturers website or will that change depending on the style of brew?