Pelican Perfect Storm

Discussion in 'Cellaring / Aging Beer' started by beenitty, Feb 20, 2013.

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  1. beenitty

    beenitty Initiate (0) Nov 27, 2010 New Jersey

    Looking for anyone who's had this in the last 6 months or so for advice.

    I've had MOAS 10-12, and I've had Stormwatcher's Winterfest 07-12. I recall that the older verisions of Stormwatcher got very acidic and the MOAS 10 was borderline acidic, but definitely incredible.

    This would lead me to believe the Perfect Storm would be acidic by now, can anyone confirm this?
     
  2. surlytheduff

    surlytheduff Initiate (0) Jul 22, 2010 Tajikistan
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    We opened up an 09 PS a couple months ago. I didn't find it particularly acidic - it was generally pretty good. Personally, I think that both fresh and 1 yo MoaS tasted better.
     
  3. kscaldef

    kscaldef Initiate (0) Jun 11, 2010 Oregon
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    We had an 08 recently and it was great.
     
  4. Devi0us

    Devi0us Initiate (0) May 3, 2011 California

    Had an PS 09' about 2 months ago and it was pretty fucking awesome...

    Cheers!
     
  5. barleywinefiend

    barleywinefiend Initiate (0) Nov 22, 2007 Washington

    Never liked it. The last 2011 we opened back in February was booze, toffee, cardboard and grains. No good.
     
  6. kscaldef

    kscaldef Initiate (0) Jun 11, 2010 Oregon
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    There's been quite a bit of variation from year-to-year.
     
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