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Old 06-03-2010, 02:59 AM   #1
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Default Any concerns with long term bottle conditioning?

I plan to put a barley wine in bottles in a few months and will likely want to age it in bottles for a few years after carbonating in the bottle. Should I be worried about any long term effects of the yeast in the bottle? I would like to put a few 6 packs back for a few years.

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it should be fine, I have beers that are over 2 years old sitting in my basement.

just to remember to keep them cool.

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