If you've really gotten into wine and you want to stash some away to drink at its peak in 5 or 10 or even 20 years, what sort of cellar space makes sense? What kinds of wine should you put in there? How many bottles of each?
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I begged, borrowed, stole, and traded beer with weird strangers on the internet for 3 years until I had a pretty respectable collection. Dogfish Head sent along the 2010 and 2011 batches, plus a sneak-peek taste of the 2013 vintage. It was on: a vertical tasting of damn-near every Dogfish Head World Wide Stout that was ever made.
While all beer will evolve over time in the bottle, can or keg, there are a handful of brands that will change for the better. Essentially, allowing your beer to age under ideal conditions can mellow, pleasantly oxidize, and develop the beer's flavors in a truly delicious way. Here are a few tips and a bit of advice to get your beer cellar started.