I saw another post on the boards that involved red brick beers just a moment ago, and it reminded me of an incident I went through not too long ago involving some bottles of laughing skull. My dad had purchased a few six packs a couple months ago, and due to a lack of fridge space he gave them to me. I also didn't have the space quite yet when he gave them to me to refrigerate them, so they stayed in the six pack holder in my room for maybe two weeks. Now my best guess at this point is that these beers are probably in the neighborhood of 3 or 4 months from their bottling date. Here's the odd part; one night I'm asleep in my room, and I hear a loud explosion coming from somewhere in the room. I wake up, and I hear another pop. After turning my lights on, I realized that these loud pops had come from two bottles of laughing skull. Beer was all over the place, and I was forced to clean my whole room at about 4am. My question is what would make these beers do such a thing? Can keeping them too long in their bottles without refrigeration make them explode?