You should see a slower start to the fermentation. You may also get fewer esters produced, as their precursors get made early in the ferment and their production is highly temperature dependent. Esters provide fruity flavours, so the lower production may be a good thing (e.g. lagers, US-style ales) or a bad thing (anything belgian, UK, etc).
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