The truth is that it's no big deal (unless you're going to store your beer in a cellar). Storing it warm will reduce the shelf life of the beer in the long term, but the action of cooling the beer and then letting it warm up doesn't damage the bottle. Then, when it's ready, put the beer in the fridge, cool it to its ideal temperature and enjoy it. The flavors should be fine.
The safe interval we have found to take a beer out of the fridge and let it be further conditioned would be 7 days. At this stage, the yeast is most likely not dead, but inactive. Then, as it heats up, the yeast should wake up again and work again. Beer Social Facebook Group YouTube Channel Beer Blog Facebook Instagram Twitter.