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I don't know - I've had a 12 year old Barley Wine which tasted good. I would say a big ABV Barley Wine or Imperial Stout. I'm sure it'll keep for 21 years but it will change flavours substantially. Fullers Vintage Ale 2000 basically tasted like port or sherry - i.e. nothing like a barley wine but not unpleasant either. Don't listen to the naysayers - just do it and see what happens...

There's also this: http://protzonbeer.co.uk/features/2012/02/14/royal-beer-that-never-saw-the-light-of-day

Which substantiates what I said in some ways.

I don't know - I've had a 12 year old Barley Wine which tasted good. I would say a big ABV Barley Wine or Imperial Stout. I'm sure it'll keep for 21 years but it will change flavours substantially. Fullers Vintage Ale 2000 basically tasted like port or sherry - i.e. nothing like a barley wine but not unpleasant either. Don't listen to the naysayers - just do it and see what happens...

I don't know - I've had a 12 year old Barley Wine which tasted good. I would say a big ABV Barley Wine or Imperial Stout. I'm sure it'll keep for 21 years but it will change flavours substantially. Fullers Vintage Ale 2000 basically tasted like port or sherry - i.e. nothing like a barley wine but not unpleasant either. Don't listen to the naysayers - just do it and see what happens...

There's also this: http://protzonbeer.co.uk/features/2012/02/14/royal-beer-that-never-saw-the-light-of-day

Which substantiates what I said in some ways.

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I don't know - I've had a 12 year old Barley Wine which tasted good. I would say a big ABV Barley Wine or Imperial Stout. I'm sure it'll keep for 21 years but it will change flavours substantially. Fullers Vintage Ale 2000 basically tasted like port or sherry - i.e. nothing like a barley wine but not unpleasant either. Don't listen to the naysayers - just do it and see what happens...

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