I've decided to dedicate my brew fridge to beer storage for the next few weeks so will be fermenting at ambient temperatures for a few brews, I'm aware of techniques such as swamp coolers, damp towels with fans to help keep temperatures down but I'm also going to be selecting yeasts that can handle higher temperatures. Just wondering if anyone has any ideas for recipes (all grain) or styles I can try that are good for brewing and drinking in warm weather? I'm not a fan of Saisons. Got the next couple of brews sorted, a session IPA using S05 and a Patersbier using crossmyloof Belgian yeast, any other ideas? Will probably stick to dried yeasts for simplicicity until I get temperature control back again.