Keeping aging beer in prime condition

01/30/2008 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Commercial beers have a fairly short shelf life, but brews such as barley wines, imperial stouts, Belgian strong ales, wee heavies and those with a high hop content last longer and can even help stock a cool, dark beer cellar -- especially if the beer has also been primed with yeast and sugar that allows a secondary fermentation. Aging some beers produces a more mellow flavor, that is sometimes similar to port wine.

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