I brewed a blonde stout on Sunday, OG 1.072. I do no chill, so I let hang out in the fermentation chamber overnight to get to pitching temperatures. When I pitched the next day I was at my desired temp of 66 F for US-05. When I woke up this morning I realized the chamber had not been completely closed, and my little heating wrap couldn't keep up with the cool night air. The beer-in-process was sitting at about 54 F. I have since fixed the issue but wonder if anyone has experience with chico strains starting off at a very low temperature and what kind of stress flavors and attenuation I can expect from this beer.