Fermented it on my back porch for the first ten days when it was around 50-60F. Then transferred it after about the 10th day to the secondary fermenter and into my unheated foyer, where it was around 45 for the past 4 weeks. Just bottled it yesterday with cane sugar primer and will store for three weeks at room temp before storing in my cellar for another month at 55. I tasted the beer at bottling and it has a nice crisp, slightly bitter, dry and malty. running about 6.2% ABV. Clear gold color. I really liked this Munich Lager yeast as it really performed in colder temps and attenuated nicely.