I brewed my first batch, an IPA, on Monday 3/2/2016 and cooled the wort to 65F, pitched the yeast and put it in the fermenter. It took of quick, and bubbled heavy for around 3.5 days, and had a good kreausen. During the first 4 days or so, I never saw the temperature on the stick on thermometer go above 72F. However, the past few days have been pretty warm, and the thermometer has varied between 80F and 84F. I have the fermenter in a dark closet and don't have any cooler spot in the house to put it (a chest freezer will be one of my next buys). I have a wet towel wrapped around the carboy now to try and bring the temp down. My question is, since it stayed around 72F for the fist 4 days during heavy fermentation, will the beer be ok, or is it even worth giving it a few more days in the fermenter before bottling, or is it a case of pitch it and try again?