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I know people who freeze tequilas, rums, and vodkas. The thing is, at room temperatures these drinks will have more taste and perfume. If you put them in the freezer, they loses that flavor and become more acidic. For example, rum and whiskey are miserable in the fridge. But for tequila it's OK if you will have it in shots as it is more intense, and vodka ...


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I recently acquired a book called "Vintage Beers" by Patrick Dawson. The subject of the book is about aging beers and what characteristics of beers lend themselves to cellaring. He lists 14 rules for aging beers. He clearly states that most beers are not good for aging and that they are best consumed fresh but if a beer meets certain criteria than it can, ...


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