This mostly comes down to personal preference. Think about it this way: beer can be served at room temperature or cold, but when most people (in the US) ask for a beer, they want a nice cold brew. Go to a place like Germany and their beer may be served at room temperature.
One overall benefit of storing any liquor in the freezer would be making it smoother ...
Does it make sense to store hard liquor in the freezer?
The short answer is: It depends on the liquor and the individual.
Here’s the thing, sticking any spirit in the freezer has its benefits. As the temperature drops, the viscosity (thickness) of a liquid increases. That means after vodka hangs out in the freezer for awhile it has a better texture. ...
Archepelago (found in various locations)
Paulaner should be the same everywhere, Reddot is pretty good, I'm not sure that Adstra actually exists (but WOW, what a janky website). Brewerkz still seems to be the best AFAIK.
I don't generally like my spirits that cold. One exception is drinks where the flavor of the liquor is largely overwhelmed by the mixers being added to it. If, for example, you are making a batch of cold bloody marys, using ice-code vodka means you don't have to dilute the drink as much with ice cubes.
I can share a very nice experience at LeVeL33 (website, Instagram), which also claims to be the world's highest urban microbrewery, being located at floor 33 of MBFC Tower 1 in Marina Blvd, Singapore. Here, a glass of good house craft beer is not more expensive than a commercial pint in my hometown and foodies are also very good quality. The view over Marina ...