...is aging beautifully, I must say. Cracked open a bottle of 2008 and a bottle of 2009 side-by-side a few days ago and the difference was mind-blowing, in a good way of course. The same beer but they couldn't taste any more different. The 2008 is aging wonderfully and I am heartened by the knowledge that I still have a few bottles at home. They are going to rest even longer and the 2009 is starting to come into her own but could easily benefit from a couple-three more years under the cap.
Beer cellars rule!
(2008 on left, 2009 on right)
(an original written work by Kristyn Lier. plagiarism is not tolerated)