Well the temps here in AZ are in the 60's and my fermentation closet has been sitting at 64-68F pretty consistently, so I'm going to try a new recipe I've come up with for a blonde ale using the White Labs WLP029 German Ale/Kolsch yeast. Here's my recipe (this is from a recipe I found on line and tweaked a little based on the grains available at my local brew shop);
Pale Malt (2 row 2 SRM) 85% of grain bill
White Wheat (2 SRM) 8% of grain bill
Crystal Malt (20 SRM) 5% of grain bill
Carapils (2 SRM) 2% of grain bill
White Labs WLP029 German Ale/Kolsch Yeast
This will be another BIAB. I'm looking forward to this and fermenting at temps in the mid-60's to see for myself how much difference the lower temps perform and affect taste. I'm planning to start it right after Christmas Day since the next few days will be hectic with family, etc.