Originally Posted by namyarb3
I thought that once it was cold, then warming would skunk it? It happens to my bottles of store bought when I camp.
Doesn't need to stay cold once cold?
Skunking is caused by exposure to UV light.
Repeatedly cooling and warming your beer isn't exactly the best for it in terms of flavor development, but it's not the end of the world. Warmer temperatures tend to cause the beer to age faster.
One thing that will happen, however, is the carbonation level will change. Your beer will have a lower level of carbonation at higher temps, since more CO2 will come out of solution as it warms.