I bottle condition my bottled beer in my upstairs office with the door closed and it gets to around 72F this time of year....perfect for carbonating. My question is should I keep my beer up there once it is carbonated or relocate it to my cool basement (low 50's).
So bottom line...is "long term" storage better done warm or cool?
Of course...this is only for the beers that I dont have in the fridge!!
EVERYONE is entitled to my opinion!
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I'm in Florida so I have no choice but to age/carbonate in warm temps (room temperature of 75-80). Of course they only sit there for about 3-6 weeks and then they are gone. Once carbonation is done I would expect a cool dark place to be the best environment for long-term aging.