There should be no reason why beer would lose any quality from being left out at room temperature then being re-cooled.
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During the brewing and distribution process beer is exposed to a wide range of temperatures numerous times.
Some specialist beers may include "adjuncts" or additional ingredients (fruit, honey etc...) that may be affect quality with a temperature range (none spring to mind). However normal beer made with malt, hops & water should be fine.Exposure to sunlight is more likely to affect beer than temperature.
It would be safe to drink, in the sense of it would not cause any harm to you.
Beer is very resistant to heat, it will preffer to be stored in a cold location, but will probably not go bad at room temperature for extended periods of time.
What really spoil it is is UV light.
But everything changes when the beer is opened, it should then be drinked on the spot, because it will soon loose all its CO2 and start oxidizing, making it terrible and probably hazardous.
Reaction to O2, full spectrum uv light, and cigarette butts from drunken friends would affect beer faster. Heat energy is produced by catalytic components at variable rates during the brewing process. The outcome is pretty stable. and delicious.
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