Cellar Certified Aged Beer Program
Certain styles of great beer can be aged and turned into fantastic beer.
How does a beer get better?
- Alcohol flavors fade over time
- Amber brews develop sweet sherry notes
- Roasted Malts turn chocolatey and port like
- Tree fruit flavors (apple, pear, apricot) turn into dried fruit flavors (raisin, fig, date)
- Spicy yeast phenols (pepper, clove, and smoke) develop into vanilla, leather, and tobacco flavors
- Sour beers soften over time
How to store for aging
- Keep at 50-65F and store out of light (basements are a great spot)
Beers that don’t age well
- Beers below 8% alcohol and hoppy brews
Start your beer cellar now! Grab one to taste now and a few more to taste over the years.
Feel free to contact us with questions and/or comments.