I read a lot of stuff on here about keeping the fermenting beer down to between 60-70F and that the actual fermenting temp would be like 3-5F warmer than ambient temp. Well my house stays around 70-72 so I wanted to cool it down a little more. I read about people keeping it in a water bath with a bottle of ice in it. I did that before I went to bed last night and this morning the water temp is around 50 and there are no bubbles yet. I know that people say it can take up to 24 and even 36 hours before seeing that, but I am concerned that it is too cold for ale. I brewed an irish stout and used s-04 yeast that I rehydrated. It has been in the water bath about 14 hours now. With the water temp at 50F should I take the fermentor out? Or maybe just take the ice out? If my yeast went to sleep, will they wake up if the beer warms up?