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Our Cellar

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An expert on vintage ales says beers that are terrible fresh are the ones that perform best in the cellar.

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The pool parties, barbecues and picnics of summer call for canned beer, but that doesn’t mean you have to neglect your cellar; beers packaged in aluminum age just as well as those in glass.

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Every day, we here at DRAFT do the hard but necessary work of drinking our way through the world’s best beers. These are the bottles and cans we cracked this week that most impressed our palates.

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Every day, we here at DRAFT do the hard but necessary work of drinking our way through the world’s best beers. These are the bottles and cans we cracked this week that most impressed our palates.

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In which we contemplate two vintages of Perennial Artisan Ales’ imperial coffee stout.

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Does Founders’ bourbon-aged coffee/chocolate stout improve with time? Only one way to find out.

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It didn’t take long in the cellar for this rum barrel-aged imperial IPA to reach its full potential.

Some beers are better with age.

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The surprising results of a completely ill-conceived vertical.

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The dark fruits of age are just starting to peek through in this well-crafted barrel-aged stout.