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Bottles are usually not sold at Side Project, on occasion they are, but typically on site only. if they are sold, it is usually the larger...
I have had this as old as 7 years and it was still great, crazy smooth
it won't hurt anything, i use them. you can always put a thermometer in there and monitor temp. colder ages slower, warmer ages faster.
in 2010, there was both vanilla bean and oak aged on tap. i am 100% positive about this
because ex monsanto employees are not hired by the FDA and they never do anything shady like sneak into bills with legislature that benefits them.
and some of the weeds are becoming resistant. regardless some are dosed hard, some are not. and since its basically not regulated on what is dosed...
its not so much the GMO aspect of the ingredients as it is the fact that the corn and whatever else is used is GMO so it can withstand HEAVY doses...
uhhhhh no. 80% of the corn grown in this country is not even for human consumption, it is for animal feed. animal feed for products that are no...
idk, the roads are way nicer in the north.
was there last year, tried a few from Belfast area called Whitewater Brewing that were decent. I was in the north so it was a bit tedious to...
only beer i have ever had that was over 10 years old and still actually good has been gueuze/lambic
nothing else has even come close to going...
here is my review of a 20+ year old bottle
1987 bottle, from original eggenberg castle brewery.
Pour was a slight mahogany brown, light cola....
its best between fresh and 6 months, then it fades
i guess batch 2 was just released?
i know this has been out for at least a year, has anyone had it semi aged? anything change? good fresh?
thats a good idea!
mounted control to side of freezer, you can see where i inserted the probe
for $25 i bought some crystals on amazon that absorb moisture. you can remove it and plug it in outside to remove the moisture
make sure to have a way to control humidity. or you can get mold