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Old 05-02-2014, 10:42 PM   #1
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Default Un-chilling a sour?

I bought a bottle of Goose Island Halia (because the bottle was cool looking and I haven't seen it before haha). I didn't realize it was a wild ale, which I freaking love (great accident). Problem is, I chilled it, but I'd like to put some age on it before drinking it. Will it be alright to pull it from the fridge and cellar it with the other bottles I'm keeping now that I've chilled it?


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Old 05-02-2014, 10:53 PM   #2
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Sure. Will not harm it.


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Not too big of a deal. Let it warm up in the coolest place in your house.
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Only bringing the temp from 40F to about 65F with the rest of the cellaring beers. Thanks folks!
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You can be assured that it has been hot cold hot cold warm hot cold cool warm hot warm cool a few times since you got it.
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Yea I was thinking about that, all the shipping and temperature changes it has gone through. Thanks for easing my mind.


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