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Beer maturing in barrels is nothing new, but it may seem like it at the moment. It was no accident either. Unlike our modern lager, which might take a couple of weeks to mature, a barrel-aged beer takes several years to age. In the past,

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Picture an American Barleywine aged in bourbon barrels for 6 months and now picture it aged in wineskins or clay pots. Which one would you prefer? The one in barrels? Great Choice. In ancient times, beers were stored in many ways. But for the most part,

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