Cellaring refrigerated beer

Discussion in 'Cellaring / Aging Beer' started by ShanethBarber, May 13, 2013.

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  1. ShanethBarber

    ShanethBarber Initiate (0) May 13, 2013 New York

    Hi guys I'm very new to cellaring, home brewing, etc. I was looking for an answer but couldn't find it anywhere. Can I take refrigerated beer and cellar it. Will temp flux mess with flavor, quality, etc? I'm thinking it won't be a big deal but I wanted to ask guys with more experience. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. stupac2

    stupac2 Zealot (518) Feb 22, 2011 California
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    It's fine.

    We need to sticky this or something, it gets asked so damn often.
     
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  3. HighWine

    HighWine Initiate (146) Dec 11, 2010 Illinois
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    You're right, everything will be fine. Keep 'em in the fridge or toss them back in if you want to slow the aging process.
     
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  4. podunkparte

    podunkparte Initiate (0) Nov 14, 2009 Washington

    A couple hours is all it takes for a beer to get to room temp or cellar temp. Cellarable beers will not change in a couple hours. Just move them to your cellar. No problems at all.
     
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