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Old 01-31-2014, 04:51 PM   #1
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I couldnt find a thread for this and was surprised. I know there is one on BA and thought this would be fun to have here as well.

This is not intended to see what others have and ask them to trade, but it is bound to happen, so please PM them to arrange a trade.


I just got into craft beer last spring when I started homebrewing, so there's nothing too rare or exciting. I currently live in a house that had a pre-built cellar just waiting for me. The shelves are very old but still more then sturdy. They are so old I found multiple newspapers from 1968, in perfect condition, under about an inch of dust when I moved in. Its nothing fancy, but it stays a constant 60-65 degrees, and was FREE! I do label everything with the month and year that I start to cellar it, just to know how long I have had it. All of the six packs and beers with mailing label are my HBs. Lets see your cellars HBTers!


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I'll post mine when i get home. Mine is not as spread out as yours but its a good selection of goodies
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I'll post mine when i get home. Mine is not as spread out as yours but its a good selection of goodies
I just got lucky with this small room and shelves already being here. Its not purdy, but it works for me!
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Very cool!

You don't see many cellars in Texas.
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The older the beer, the lower the shelf. I have most of my good ones on the floor in boxes just in case.
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I'm looking to start one. Can't wait to see what people post to see what people are aging.
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I use an old plastic shelf from a grocery store. I plan on making a wooden one this spring/summer. I'll post up some stuff when I get home. I don't cellar ipas either
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I use an old plastic shelf from a grocery store. I plan on making a wooden one this spring/summer. I'll post up some stuff when I get home. I don't cellar ipas either
Haha you dont have a case of heady aging?! I think the only IPA that is worth aging would be 120.
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This just puts my garage/brew house to shame, with its random placing of boxes filled with beer where ever it would fit.
One day I'll organize it. Not today, probably not tomorrow, but maybe someday


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