Torontoblue wrote:It's an industry standard that you have to put a BB date on beer, especially in Europe where they are stricter regards dating products, seeing as the beer is classed as a perishable, and the maximum BB date tends to be 2 years from bottling date.
LOL, I have nowhere near 1,000 bottles and I highly doubt I have the buggest cellar in Canada.Weebay wrote:TheSevenDuffs wrote:I wonder who (an individual, not a beer bar or restaurant) has the most bottles in their cellar in all of Canada? I bet there are at least a handfull of people out there with 1,000+ bottles...
Torontoblue wrote:TheSevenDuffs wrote:A general rule of thumb...
Any beer below 8% ABV (aside from wild ales, lambics, etc)
But you can age Black Oak's Double Chocolate Cherry Stout for a good few years. A 5 year old bottle has great soured cherry & cocoa flavours. The Nutcracker ages well, too.
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