Ahoy! On a trip to Arizona over 2 years ago, I snatched up a 6 pack of Bells Expedition (I've been drinking one every 6 months, I have 2 left), and a 6 pack of Bells Cherry Stout. I didn't really care for the cherry stout for numerous reasons. They sat in the back of the fridge until I decided to try one last night. Bells website gives the cherry stout a shelf-life of 12 months. When I drank one last night though I can honestly say that it has improved. The fake cherry/cough syrup flavor wasn't as apparent and it allowed more of the stout qualities to shine through. Anyone have a similar experience with a beer that wasn't "meant" to be aged?