Originally Posted by Jayhem
Thanks! I was thinking it would be fine but I'm new to lager brewing.
Congrats on your first lager. The extra couple of days of d-rest in the low 60s won't hurt a thing.
After you get home, take a sample and taste it to check for a slick mouth feel and/or any hint of buttery flavor. You probably won't get those, but you want to check when you can still do something about it. If necessary, you can raise it up to 65 or so.
It will be hard, but give this the time in the cold that it needs to lager. I like to leave mine for at least 6 weeks, preferably 8, before moving to the keezer.