i just brewed my first batch this past Monday evening. It is a brown ale and I let it cool over night and pitched the yeast Tuesday morning when the temperature in my bucket read 69 degrees. I sealed it and air locked it and went out of town until this afternoon. Well, when I came home the air lock was not bubbling in the slightest. I noticed that the bucket was pretty chilly so I took off the lid and sanitized my thermometer and hydrometer and took readings to see what they said. Thermometer read 52 degrees, which is of course well below the necessary temp to ferment properly. I had my thermostat down lower since we left for a few days and I guess it got too cold. But it had definitely fermented some because there was a ring of crud around the inside rim of the bucket and the hydrometer reading dropped quite a bit from its initial reading. So i turned up the temp in the house and moved the bucket upstairs where its warmer after i resealed and air locked it again. My question is: Will it start to ferment again properly once it warms up or is my batch a lost cause?