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A fantastic beer that does not age well, at all, IMO. I've had it at close to a year and thought it was awful.
I don't think I'd age this one very long, but it depends on your personal taste. If you like how loud the coffee is right now, then you may not...
Most any Saison, Oud Bruin, Flanders Red, Gueuze, or Belgian IPA would be a start.
"nuisances" rather than "nuances"......... Was that a Freudian slip reflecting your dislike of the spices? ;)
Opened one a few months ago and while it was still quite tasty, it had lost a bit of its charm. Still have a couple left that need to go into the...
Is it time to make a list of the Top Ten Worst Beer List Articles? ;)
Going to Cascade Barrel House and trying Bourbonic Plague, The Vine, Sang Noire, Vlad the Impaler and Apricot was my epiphany.
That looks like a really nice unit, capable of operating at a cellar temp, in addition to refrigerator temp. However, you could get a wine...
Kudos to GD for providing clear bottle dating 10 years ago. Or perhaps prior to 2005...? I don't recall.
Excel Bruja, a pumpkin beer aged in tequila barrels, is pretty tasty.
And don't forget Columbia's original all-craft destination - Sycamore at 8th & Broadway downtown. Good food; open for lunch and dinner.
Also International Taphouse (iTAP), located on S 9th St on campus at the edge of downtown. 60 craft taps. Again, no food, but you can bring your...
Affirmative on both, but for my tastes, the Sixth Glass has a longer cellar life than the Black.
All about personal taste. If you like funky beers, you will probably like this. If you don't like funky beers, then likely not. At any rate,...
Just opened one and was greeted by a geyser of funky foam. Infected and quite tasty.
Smoke 'em if you got 'em.
For my tastes, this is not an optimal Imperial Stout for cellaring. It's quite sweet when fresh and tends to increase in sweetness over time....
From 2nd Shift:
Q: 420th Annual Beerfest, how can that be true?
A: We're really good at this.
Q: Oh wait, I get it.
A: That's not a...
All snarky comments aside, this aging technique is effective and as old as the hills. You do have to bury at a depth that is sufficiently cool...