Looking for some reassurance that I'm not gonna regret my current aging situation. I currently am aging my beers in a closet that stays consistently at 67 degrees. I've aged a couple beers for a year in this environment and both turned out great in side by side tastings with fresh versions. I'm now expanding a bit and would like to age for longer periods of time. I've heard that aging a such a high temperature will make the beer age faster. If that is true, should I be sure to drink a beer like SN Bigfoot within the first couple years? Or can hold on to some for a while longer. Just to save some people time, I know that it would be better to have a fridge of some sort to keep it cooler, but I live in an apartment without a ton of space so at this stage that isn't happening. I also try everything fresh before aging and keep the beers out of the light. Thanks ahead of time.