I just pulled a 09 Old Foghorn out of my cellar. I have one left after this one. The last one I opened was 4 years ago, so it was 5 years old. It was really good. Little to no oxidation. Very good malt character with slight boozey flavor and a little bit of hop. But I wonder if aging beyond this will do any good. I will know more once I crack this 09, but should I go for 10+ with the other. Anybody have any luck with extended collating of Old Foghorn 10+ years? Any info or thoughts are welcomed. P.S. I have a 08 Bigfoot I'm waiting to pop. Any luck with that either? Cheers!