If you close the door to the bathroom and turn on the fan, it'll draw out the hottest air from the top while pulling in the coolest air in the next room under the door. You can get as much as 10 degrees cooler than the rest of the house in there, especially if it's on an outside wall.
I pitched the yeast into my Stout on Monday when the wort was at 65. I woke up this morning and it was 55... In my living room. I currently have the primary in my bedroom, the heater cranked, a heat pad strapped to the bucket and a towel around that. Still no activity from the yeast..
I hear ya! I have had to "bathe" all of my fermentors for the last couple of weeks. Temps have been in the 80's and the "broo room" got up to 75F. At least the bath tub filled with water has offered some relief to my baby brews.
HAHA! no.. this is the 20sq ft freezer i just bought to convert to a keezer... so it was empty basically... just had some doo-dads in there..
i had luckily just received my johnson analog temp control in on teh day..
it's down there and happy at around 65 degrees.. lovely brew.... cant wait until it hatches