I want to age some beers. What kind of minifridge should I get for that? I want to keep it cheap. It does not to be very cold, as long as it can be set to go lower than 60 degrees.
It does not need to fit bombers either, I would be aging 12oz or 11.2oz bottles primarly. Trappist ales, Founders various stouts, things like that.
Any advice from experienced anons about beer cellaring would be great appreciated as well.
I miss having a cellar like I had in my house in Maine.
Sadly cellars aren't really a thing in most of Texas since no one wants to bother with taking a jackhammer to a shitload of limestone to dig them out.
That's a start. Add more shitposting words and the annoying tripfags/namefags and it gets even better.
You just need to keep up with it sometimes and keep filtering the same words with special characters until you get them all or the shitposters give up trying.
Drink a fresh Backwoods Bastard and a two year old one and tell me it isn't completely different and much more enjoyable.
>let's just blast this beer with oak and gimmick flavors and hope neckbeards pay big bucks
I don't like "sherry cask" scotch and I don't like over-oaked fruit bomb wines, I'm pretty sure I'm not gonna like your gimmick memebeer either.
BBA stuff isn't that bad, just gets old after you've had about 20 different beers with that. They all taste exactly the same, with different levels of balance on the flavors.
stuff like pic related is the actual example of how to age beer. Yeast does cool shit.
You guys aren't really coming up with much, so let's talk about what we're all aging instead.
I've got quite a few BCBS, one of the Rye, a Barrel Aged Prairie Bomb!, GD Barrel Aged Yeti, 2 Sierra Nevada Bigfoots, a Brooklyn Black Ops, and a DFH Bitches Brew going right now. I always end up drinking any sours I try to age.
What you have going /ck/?
The liquor store near me just released a Bigfoot vertical 4 pack. The 2013 was good but the rest were still too hoppy for me.
I've got a bomb, a Christmas bomb, an okie, Sierra Nevada's barrel aged Bigfoot and narwhal, Founders blushing monk, Port's barrel aged Santa, creature comforts southerly love, a few burnt hickory beers, and probably a few other things. I've drank a good 40 bottles of aged stuff since November. Damn..