300 Months Shelf Life

Discussion in 'Cellaring / Aging Beer' started by BeerGlassesCollector, Mar 25, 2018.

  1. BeerGlassesCollector

    BeerGlassesCollector Zealot (500) Nov 11, 2002 Cyprus
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    I am expecting a few La Trappe Oak Aged 750ml bottles so I did some research on it. I noticed on the official site of the brewery that it mentions the shelf life of this bottle is 300 months!

    I love cellaring beers and I have invested in it but I have my concerns about cellaring a 11% bottle for 25 years. I believe this is the longer shelf life period I have ever seen mentioned from a brewer.

    Thoughts?
     
  2. skeevn

    skeevn Initiate (43) Sep 25, 2016 Belgium
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    375ml
    i got a beer with a THT date of 100 years, lets hope my grandgrandgrand son can enjoy it ... probably not

    i'd age the latrappe oak aged ones as a regular quadrupel like abt12 rochefort or wv12
     
  3. jesskidden

    jesskidden Meyvn (1,313) Aug 10, 2005 New Jersey

    Well, there was:
    ---Thomas Hardy's Ale (Eldridge, Pope & Co.)
    1990s US rear label
     
  4. Immortale25

    Immortale25 Poo-Bah (3,010) May 13, 2011 North Carolina
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    De Molen's beers say to enjoy within 25 years. I too have concerns about aging a beer that long. Hell, I don't think I've even ever had a beer aged over 7 years that I found to be enjoyable.
     
  5. BeerGlassesCollector

    BeerGlassesCollector Zealot (500) Nov 11, 2002 Cyprus
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    Cuvee Van De Keizer Blue seems to have a perfect 10-year cellaring period (provided it was stored properly for its lifetime). Apparently people who enjoy it around the 10-year mark have a lot of positive comments...
     
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  6. Bitterbill

    Bitterbill Poo-Bah (6,037) Sep 14, 2002 Wyoming
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    Bull and Bush
    Royal Oil says up to 25 years. :slight_smile:
     
  7. Hoppedelic

    Hoppedelic Devotee (414) Dec 6, 2010 California
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    You're getting a few of them so why not cellar at least one of them for 25 years? Maybe drink one soon then check in with another at 15 years then open the last one at 25 years.
     
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  8. Beer_Economicus

    Beer_Economicus Disciple (372) Apr 8, 2017 Indiana
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    I just want to point out that in any other forum, or perhaps any other aspect of life, such a statement would seem crazy.

    Love it. :slight_smile:
     
  9. BeerGlassesCollector

    BeerGlassesCollector Zealot (500) Nov 11, 2002 Cyprus
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    My main concern is that I may not be alive... small concern but valid :wink: