Aging NG Fruit Beers?

Discussion in 'Cellaring / Aging Beer' started by boilermakerbrew, Jan 8, 2013.

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  1. boilermakerbrew

    boilermakerbrew Meyvn (1,283) Aug 13, 2010 Arizona
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    Anyone have any experience cellaring any of the NG fruit beers? More specifically Rasp Tart? Any experience with any of the fruit beers should be comparable otherwise I'd think...thanks in advance.
     
  2. Duff27

    Duff27 Poo-Bah (1,768) Feb 10, 2010 Illinois
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    They really don't change significantly, at least within a few years of aging. That's all I can tell you firsthand.
     
  3. boilermakerbrew

    boilermakerbrew Meyvn (1,283) Aug 13, 2010 Arizona
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    Alright, that's what I figured. From the reviews, most seem to be all fruit and little else in the flavor. And they don't use brett (or similar yeat) as far as I know, so development is probably unlikely.
     
  4. Duff27

    Duff27 Poo-Bah (1,768) Feb 10, 2010 Illinois
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    My opinion...it's hard to get any better than they already are!

    Cheers
     
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  5. allouez86

    allouez86 Initiate (196) Jan 24, 2009 Wisconsin

    They will still taste fantastic after a couple years but they won't really evolve into something that they aren't already, and they're already awesome.
     
  6. cfh64

    cfh64 Devotee (482) Aug 16, 2005 Texas
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