Muther wrote:With only so much space, I am sure the brew chieftans moved on to other recipes. Just like if all you cook is the same five or six dishes for dinner, you quickly get a bored chef. Good restaurants are always updating their menu. Good brewers do the same thing. If it was that good, I am sure it'll come around again.
In the mean time, save up, and buy a garage refridgerator. Then when it does come around, buy as much as will fit in your new garage 'fridge. Put pint glasses in the freezer side. Beer like that will age/mature in the bottle very, very well at about 37F. After a few months, or even a year or more, it should improve.
Don't belive the hype about "born on dating". That is a marketing gimmick. Many good beers need to be aged properly (dark and cold) to reach their full potential. Some for months, some for a year or two.
Aaron wrote:Frozen glasses??? What are you a heathen? Unless you want to numb your taste buds.
Sasquatch1413 wrote:Aaron, you are obviously wrong.
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