So I made a Hoppy Belgian Blonde Ale (sans sugar or adjuncts). The beer is currently in secondary, in my ferm fridge (which is set to 30F. It tasted really good putting it into secondary. My plan had been to just let it stay in the chill zone for a week or so and then keg it, but then I remembered that I have been meaning to try the Orval trick, and I happen to have a couple Orvals from my wintertime trip to Belgium. Would I need to move the carboy into a warmer place for the dregs to do their work? Should I risk it?