I brewed an IPA with an OG of 1.071 with an estimated FG of 1.014'ish. After a week, the gravity was 1.036. I'm sure it should've been lower because I pitched plenty of yeast and aerated the wort prior to pitching the yeast. However, I had the beer on my enclosed porch and it was fermenting around 57F. I figured I'd bring the beer into the house and warm it up to see if I could finish out the fermentation. It started bubbling much more quickly of course because the ambient temperature is about 72F or so. I've had the beer in the house for about 36 hours. Yesterday the temperature strip read 75... I wasn't too worried. But, I just looked at the temperature strip on the side of the fermenter this morning though... 79F. As most of the fermentation was completed, should I be concerned about fusel alcohol or ester problems? I've since placed the fermenter back on my enclosed porch in case it was fermenting too hot. Thanks for any insights/advice.