Hey all! So I'm pretty much in love with british bitters/ales in general. Simple, quick, low-ABV, not to mention cheap as heck for the level of enjoyment I get out of them. But I almost exclusively use S04 yeast for them and I've had issues in the past with anything over 18C/65F. With summer rapidly approaching, without any proper temp-maintained fermentation vessel, and my apartment rapidly warming, I was thinking about giving kweik yeast a go. It would be on the low end of its range (18-20C, 65-70F) so I'd hope to avoid the upper end of all the citrus notes from a really hot fermentation, but hopefully could avoid a lot of the off-flavors I've noticed with S04 in summer. Has anyone tried this? Does anyone think it's a terrible idea? Does anyone care to hear how it turns out if I give it a go?