There are a bunch of Ale yeasts that will ferment just fine at 70 degrees. I'm not sure what you're shooting for but obviously the yeast you end up selecting will have a big impact on the flavor profile. I have used several of the white lab strains and have been very happy.I'm sure other yeast manufacturers post optimal temperatures ranges for fermentation, but here is a look at what white labs says:http://www.whitelabs.com/beer/homebrew_strains.html#ALE_YEAS...Kris
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