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Do You Age Beer Too Little or Too Long?

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nase:
This is an off-the-cuff poll..less interested in yes vs. no than just seeing what beers/vintages you guys have had experience with..

Recently for me:

Alesmith Decadence 2006: Waited a bit too long
HOTD Doggie Claws 2006: Waited too long
HOTD Adam Batch 59: WAY too early (still VERY carbonated and VERY boozy) I intend to hold onto Batch 67 for at least five years after this bottle.

Tip Top:
Generally no so far, but this could change as I drink more of the cellar.

KingG:
I've been pretty on the money for the most part.

Kegergator:

--- Quote from: nase on May 13, 2008, 09:24:04 PM ---HOTD Doggie Claws 2006: Waited too long

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No you didn't

fRed Scare:

--- Quote from: Kegergator on May 14, 2008, 09:41:13 AM ---
--- Quote from: nase on May 13, 2008, 09:24:04 PM ---HOTD Doggie Claws 2006: Waited too long

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No you didn't

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I haven't had one fresh, but wasn't impressed with the 2005 I tried.  Maybe I just needed to give it more time?

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