Well, you make yeast starters with 100 F water, so I'm assuming as long as your fermenter doesn't get above 100 F your yeast will be fine. BUT from what I've gathered, fermenting at temps too far above 70 F will result in a faster finishing fermentation AND off flavors that you don't want. If you have a basement that'd probably be the best place to stick it. My batches have done fine with the 70 - 73 F ambient temps in my basement. Fermentation itself should never produce a noticeable increase in heat. Wild yeasts or bacteria will (ie: compost piles get really hot while beer fermentation should carry out at near ambient temperatures) Get yourself a dual-scale temp strip and stick it on the side of your fermenter. That's a great way to know what temp you are fermenting at.
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Coming soon... - A couple wheat beers and another Irish Red Ale for summer
In the works - Red Headed Ryerish Ale
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