Hello homebrewing friends. I am 10 days into fermentation of my NB Carribou Slobber extract kit.This is my first ever 5 gallon batch and my 2nd ever batch, so needless to say, I am green. Brew day went well, I pitched the yeast and brought my carboy down to my basement. Day one temp was fine with the fermometer reading 68 degrees. Fermentation began within 12 hours, aggressively foaming to the point where I needed a blowoff tube on day two. The temp dropped to about 65 degrees. The problem may lie in that day 3 we had, in NY, a cold freeze where temps fell to 10 degrees outside causing my basement temp to drop. Day three morning fermometer read around 63 degrees. By the time I got home from work, the fermometer read around 60 degrees. The blowoff tube was unnecessary at this point so I replaced the airlock and brought the fermenter up to the kitchen pantry where over the next few days the fermometer slowly rose to a steady 65 degrees where it has been since. The two days after bringing the carboy up to the pantry I did still see a lot of movement in the wort, but it seemed to settle down rather quickly after that. I pitched rehydrated Danstar Windsor Ale yeast that came with the kit.
Should my batch be ok? Did fermentation stop prematurely? Is there anything I can do to make sure this batch isn’t ruined? Any advice is greatly appreciated! Please help. Thank you.