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Avery "The Beast Grand Cru" 2009

Discussion in 'Cellaring / Aging Beer' started by Davl22, Jan 22, 2013.

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  1. Davl22

    Davl22 Disciple (369) Sep 27, 2011 New Hampshire
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    Has anyone cracked a 2009 Beast recently? Bought a bottle and was seeing if I should continue to age it? Thanks!
     
  2. thecheapies

    thecheapies Initiate (0) Jan 11, 2009 Pennsylvania

    No idea. Bought two bottles (one from '11 and one from '12) and haven't felt up to opening either of them. I want to try them, but I'm usually at the 'end of my night' drinking-wise when I think about it. The ABV scares me off in those instances, and I never think of it when searching for beers to crack open at the beginning of my many sessions.
     
  3. grumpy

    grumpy Disciple (368) May 24, 2005 Missouri

    2009 is fine now, and will be fine in years to come. I'm still enjoying the 2004. That beer has a very long cellar life.
     
  4. youradhere

    youradhere Devotee (490) Feb 29, 2008 Washington
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    Rule #1. Alway have tried at least once everything in the cellar- that way one can tell the differences in flavor profile as it matures.
     
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