Jenlain Blonde fresh is second-to-none. But how is it after a year in the cellar?
How long will Founders Devil Dancer, a triple-IPA, remain hoppy? We spent four years trying to find out.
A three-year-old bottle of Three Floyds Dark Lord was good. But was it melt your face good?
Chronicling the cellared life of Dark Horse’s Double Crooked Tree over a span of 4-years. Hey, somebody had to do it.
Ryan pulled a 5-year vertical of Stone Imperial Russian Stout out of the cellar. So how’d it age?
We take a chance on cellaring the New Glarus Unplugged Smoked Rye Ale. Did our experiment pay off?
Samplings of this beer in 2010 & 2011 brought about disappointment. Did 2 years in the cellar bring any improvements in this now 3-year-old brew?
Sit on a Boulevard Rye-On-Rye for three years and you’ll be sent down a path to tartness, with some nutty and raisin detours along the way.
Is a five year vertical of Founders KBS more about the destination or the journey? In our case, it was both.
We crack into a 3-year old bottle of Boulevard Bourbon Barrel Quad and find it has ascended to, “a whole new level of awesomeness.”
A five year vertical of the infamous holiday offering Anchor Christmas Ale.
Popular belief tells us to age barrel-aged beers but is that the case with the Arcadia Barrel-Aged Shipwreck Porter?
We pull a 2009 and 2011 bottle of Goose Island Christmas Ale from the cellar. The beer disappeared in 2010, thwarting our plans for a 3-year vertical.
We get a taste of Christmas in the south with a three year “leap-frog” vertical of Sweetwater’s Festive Ale.
Did a year in the cellar make this beer any better? Not really. It also didn’t do any harm. The VJ Black remains one of my favorite Atwater offerings.
We sit down with two years worth of Goose Island Bourbon County Coffee Stout and come away equally impressed with each.
The New Glarus Unplugged Imperial Saison (2009 edition) gets some cellar attention over the course of a couple years. Saison in the cellar? Yep.
We cellared Short’s Black Cherry Porter. Was it worth it? Read on to find out.
This Short’s Anniversary Ale from the cellar…reminded us that sometimes, cellar experiments don’t go so well. Find out exactly why.
Five years — that’s right FIVE — of Goose Island Bourbon County Stout. Was it every bit as delicious as it sounds?