About two weeks from our winter home in the RV. I will be doing some extract kits or make up my own extract recipes to brew with the minimal equipment I could carry. The problem is there is no practical way to control fermentation temps. Even in mid winter the outside temps are in the 70s or more. Good thing for us humans, bad for beer.
So has anyone actually used Kveik or Hothead yeast at very warm temps? Best case scenario will be if my wife permits is putting the bucket in a corner inside the RV where the a/c should keep it in the 70s but with heat from fermentation I will probably be getting 80ish.
If Kveik still produces off flavors at that temp then I will just stick with US-05 or something since dry yeast will be much easier.