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2009 Dark Lord...Drink now or save??

Discussion in 'Cellaring / Aging Beer' started by 4thelvofbeer, Sep 14, 2013.

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  1. 4thelvofbeer

    4thelvofbeer Aug 4, 2011 Virginia
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    Anybody drank one of these lately that has some experience with DLs? Any info greatly appreciated....
     
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  2. grumpy

    grumpy May 24, 2005 Missouri

    Opened one over Memorial Day weekend and thought it had improved. But take into account that I didn't like it fresh - too much of that soy sauce thing going on (which seemed to have diminished).
     
  3. Hessian257

    Hessian257 Mar 22, 2011 New Jersey
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    Had one a couple months back and thought it was damn good
     
  4. BeerAssassin

    BeerAssassin Aug 17, 2012 Antarctica

    If it's a regular, and not BA drink now Dark Lord is at it's best fresh IMO. That said I still wish I had a few bottles for a vertical:(.
     
  5. rowingbrewer

    rowingbrewer May 28, 2010 Massachusetts
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  6. OneBeertoRTA

    OneBeertoRTA Jan 2, 2010 California
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    This or eat it on top of white rice. '09 was never a good year and today it's pretty much soy sauce...
     
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  7. smartassboiler

    smartassboiler Apr 9, 2012 Illinois
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    We did a tasting from 2007 - 2013...2009 was the worst IMO, which was weird because 2010 and 2008 were my favorites.
     
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