An Al 5083 alloy with a bimodal grain size has been previously synthesized using a low-temperature milling process and consolidation via cold isostatic pressing (CIP). This material has been shown to exhibit greatly improved strength when compared to conventional aluminum alloys. Additionally, this material has shown sensitivity to test conditions. In this work, we studied the effects of temperature on the strain rate sensitivity of this material by examining its elastic and plastic properties though uniaxial tension tests conducted under a variety of conditions at temperatures up to 473 K. Serrated stress-strain curves were observed, indicating dynamic strain aging. Strain rate sensitivity was found to depend non-monotonically on the test temperature.