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HOMEBREW Digest #6051

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HOMEBREW Digest #6051		             Sat 21 September 2013 


FORUM ON BEER, HOMEBREWING, AND RELATED ISSUES
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Contents:
Vintage beers (marc)


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Date: Sat, 21 Sep 2013 03:10:10 +0000
From: marc at marcobrau.com
Subject: Vintage beers

Every so often I give a few of my beers to my parents who drink some and
stash the rest. Last year I found a bottle of a winter lager from 1998. It
was still drinkable (again, a little oxidized) but still fairly tasty. It
seems that homebrew of even a modest alcohol content will stay drinkable for
a long time.

Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry

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I’ve been brewing for over 5 years. My favorite are lagers.

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