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I read this interesting article about aging beer in the International Herald Tribune today:

http://www.iht.com/articles/2006/12/1...

I think I will lay down a few.

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  1. What's up with the Tribune getting one of the most famous beer bars in Belgium's name wrong? It's the Kulminator not Luminator.

    1. Some follow up discussion (including clarification by Garret Oliver) can be found here: http://www.babblebelt.com/bbb_classic...

      1. Thanks for the article adtroy. DH and I received a Vertical tasting of Alaskan Smoked Porter as a wedding present a few years ago (from one of the brewers) and are looking forward to enjoying it!

        1. I find aged ale to be quite interesting. The only place in my area that keeps aged ale in regular rotation is The General Lafayette Inn in Lafayette Hill. They usually will have Scotch ales, bigger porters and stoudts, and higher alcohol Belgian-style ales available that are anywhere between 1-3 years old. Delicious and complex. It will make you think.