Moving from fridge to a cellar...

Discussion in 'Cellaring / Aging Beer' started by IPAkindaguy, Apr 12, 2013.

  1. IPAkindaguy

    IPAkindaguy Aug 20, 2010 Florida
    Beer Trader

    Sure this has been asked before ( quick search didn't pull up)but I have a few beers that were once in a cellar at my old place but due to moving I had to put them in a beer fridge at my new place. I have a chance to move them back into a cellar. Will this harm the beer? Beer in question are stouts and one 2008 smuttynose saison I bought at the brewery cold.
     
  2. paulys55

    paulys55 Aug 2, 2010 Pennsylvania
    Beer Trader

    No worries at all. Can you report back when you drink that saison...I can't imagine that would hold up this long...but hey, good luck.
     
  3. IPAkindaguy

    IPAkindaguy Aug 20, 2010 Florida
    Beer Trader

    I will. I was surprised to see a farmhouse saison from 2008 for sale at the brewery.
     
  4. JasonLovesBeer

    JasonLovesBeer Mar 27, 2013 British Columbia (Canada)

    A couple temperature shifts isn't a big deal, it's the regular cyclic temperatures from day/night/day/night that really impede aging quality.
     
  5. ryhayes

    ryhayes Jan 21, 2013 Ohio

    I was just about to ask this too. My fridge no longer has space for daily drinkers.
     
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  6. nismo80

    nismo80 Feb 6, 2008 Pennsylvania

    get to drinking!
     
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  7. starkmarvelo

    starkmarvelo Jan 20, 2010 Texas
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    should be fine.
     
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