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Old 03-02-2008, 05:50 PM   #1
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Default What do you have in your cellar aging?

Here's my inventory:


Allagash - Belgian Tripel Reserve
Allagash - Curiex Ale Age in Bourbon Barrels
Arbor Brewing - Phat Abbott Tripel
Avery - Mephistopheles'
Avery - Salvation Belgian
Bells - Java Stout
Bells - Sparkling Ale
Bells Hop Slam
Bells Third Coast Old Ale
Big Eddys Imperial Stout
Brooklyn Barley Wine
Brooklyn Local 1
Dogfish Head - 120 IPA
Dogfish Head - Immort Ale
Dogfish Head - Old Scholl Barley Wine
Duchese De Borgone
Founders - Devel Dancer Triple IPA
Home Brew - Porter
Home Brew - Ron's Xmas Ale
Jolly Pumpkin - Bam Noire - Dark Farmhjouse Ale
Jolly Pumpkin - Biere de Mars - French Style Stock Ale
Jolly Pumpkin - Laroja Artisian Amber Ale
Jolly Pumpkin - Lucienrnaga - Grand Cru
Jolly Pumpkin - Madrugada Obscura - Dark Dawn Stout
Jolly Pumpkin - Maracaiibo Especial - Specail Brown Ale
Kuhnenn - Fourth Dementia - 2007
Kuhnenn - Jessies' Road Rash
Kuhnenn - Old Ale - 2007
Kuhnenn - Solar Eclipse
Kuhnenn - Tanacious Cassis
Kuhnennn - Rasberry Eisbock 2007
Ommegang - Chocolate Indulgence
Ommegang - Ommegeddon Farmhouse Ale
Ommegang -Three Philosophers (2007)
Ommegang- Three Philosophers (2006)
Promethieous
Rodenbach - Sour Ale
Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Ale
Soudts - Fat Dog Imperial Oatmeal Stout
Stone - 070707 Vertical Epic

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Old 03-02-2008, 06:35 PM   #2
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what do you own a warehouse?

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Old 03-02-2008, 08:06 PM   #4
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I don't have a beer cellar yet, but have started buying beers for extended aging.

Currently I have

Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Barleywine
Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale
Hair of the Dog- Fred from the Wood
Naked City Grapes of Wrath
Unibroue Don de Dieu
and I just bottled the 8-8-8 RIS and some will be added to my long term inventory.

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Old 03-02-2008, 08:26 PM   #5
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6x Duvel
7x Orval
1x Rochefort 10
1x Unibroue 2005
1x Unibroue 2006

Not actually a cellar, just a cool closet in our basement apt.

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Old 03-02-2008, 09:08 PM   #6
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Old 03-03-2008, 03:37 AM   #7
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I've got ~55 bottles now, I've started an excel sheet to keep track but it is not finished yet. That's a nice collection you've put together. Please keep us posted on how the beers are aging,etc. I think it would be great if we kept the community informed on how a beer is drinking now vs. a year ago, etc. so that we can seek out a certain beer for cellaring or know that a certain beer is definitely worth keeping longer. For instance, I learned from reviews on beeradvocate that Ommegeddon is just starting to show its stuff, so I'll hold onto my bottles for a while longer at least.

I'd love to have some Kuhnennn - Rasberry Eisbock 2007, never could find any though.

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My list is kind of short, as Im just starting but here's what I got so far.

Rogue's Old Crustacean 2006
Brooklyn's Monster Ale
Young's Old Nick Barley Wine
Clipper City Below Decks Barley Wine
Sierra Nevada's Big Foot Ale 2008
Stone Old Guardian Barley Wine
Three Philosophers
Stone Double Bastard
Stone Oaked Arrogant Bastard
Rasputin RIS
La Fin Du Monde

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Just going off of memory, here's some:

2003 DFH World Wide Stout
DFH 90min IPA
DFH Golden Era
DFH Black & Blue
DFH Red & White
DFH Fort
2006 Bigfoot
Grimelbergen 3-pack
Guiness Special Export
Bush - (not the swill, the belgium kind)
Westy 12 (6 of them )
Cantillion Grand Cru
2000 Chimay Grand Reserve

And a bunch of other one off's I can't remember. I'll have to take inventory. Can ya'll tell I live close to DFH? Most of the stuff not listed is at least a year old.

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offhand, i can think of the following

thomas hardys 2004 and 2006
dfh 120 minute
dfh world wide
dfh chateau jiahu
dfh olde school
dfh immort ale
sn bigfoot 2006 and 2007
anchor our special ale
northcoast old stock 2006 and 2007
avery collaboration not litigation batch 1
gouden carolus cuvee van de kaiser
brooklyn local 1
brooklyn black chocolate stout
fullers vintage ale 2007
left hand old widdershins
victory storm king
allagash curieux

unfortunately my cellar is halfway across the country, but soon i'll have it again.

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