Starting Your Collection

So you traded for a bottle of Pliny four years ago and you wanted to cellar it and wait for the best moment to open it. Good call! If you thought your Pliny was good four years ago wait until you open it now and get that crisp fragrance of layers and layers of complex malts that wrestle your nose hair calling you take that soy sauce juice to your lips and ride that train of deliciousness straight down the nearest sink drain.

Beer cellaring isn’t extremely difficult but you first have to start with the right beer. There are some beers you can cellar and others you just have to drink fresh and luckily we have this infographic from Next Door Storage to help us out.

Beer Cellaring 2

courtesy of Next Door Storage

So now we know the right beers to buy now let’s figure out the best location and conditions to store the happy juice!