She has 11 years, Thomas Hardy Ale it safe?
I read a year ago article about someone who had a bottle of old twenty-five years of Thomas Hardy, and changes vinuous. I was Cellaring several bottles of Thomas Hardy, 1995, 1998 and 1998, a bottle conditioned beer Fuller's Vintage in my fridge because there are specific production years. Apart from brief power outages or moving into the city twice, have always been in the fridge. Recently, someone said I can not be sustained. Does anyone know the true story?
You better believe it. It has improved since bottling, as it is a strong "barley wine" type of beer. Enjoy.
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