Gets hot here too bro. My best advice would be to drink up. Unless it's a lambic or barley wine or other high abv beer, it just isn't gonna last that long. Oxidation will start to set in sooner and you will start getting all kinds of flavors that weren't there berfore and you wish would go away.
Long term storage is going to take some purging w/ co2, oxygen barrier caps, refridgeration, something to help the stability. And even then, most brews just aren't meant to last that long, they're meant to be enjoyed, so drink up.
EDIT: not to say that many beers won't get better with age, but it tales a lot of care and most styles really are meant to be enjoyed relatively soon.
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