Yes... the aging allows for the true balanced final product of this fine beer. Mine is 2 months old, not really "on tap" but I sample it once a week or so to follow it's progress. It's really coming into it's own the last couple of weeks. Hoping to age it till June when a friend comes back in town.
Originally Posted by CSI
It's a good line of discussion that hasn't been brought up enough on this thread. How the lupulin components mellow over time is probably one of the keys to the Westy 12's success.
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