2013 Parabola - How long do you plan on aging it?

Discussion in 'Cellaring / Aging Beer' started by --Dom--, May 3, 2013.

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  1. Uniobrew31

    Uniobrew31 Zealot (541) Jan 16, 2012 Pennsylvania
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    Choices choices choices, you could hang onto it until you find a fresh bottle down the road and drink them side by side.
     
  2. Phacoman

    Phacoman Initiate (0) Jun 26, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Yeah, I live in PA and my local place got a single case. They were nice enough to hold a bottle for me. I'd definitely be up for a trade. That being said, I think I'll drink my bottle tonight after our BBQ. Can't wait to try it.
     
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  3. stouts4me

    stouts4me Disciple (373) Oct 9, 2011 Illinois

    Also have a bunch of the '12 left, a BUNCH .
     
  4. jkane101

    jkane101 Devotee (477) Sep 22, 2007 New Jersey
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    Open now and enjoy
     
  5. grandmachine

    grandmachine Initiate (88) Mar 11, 2010 California
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    If it's a 2013 go for it now, it's wonderful. I thought 2013's parabola was no way near as boozy as last years.
     
  6. Phacoman

    Phacoman Initiate (0) Jun 26, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Wow, just finished my bottle. So good.
    Glad I drank now and enjoyed its full strength.

    Was also drinking schlafly American ipa, allagash fv13, and ruinTen today also. Great beer day.
     
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