How do you cellar beer?
Accordingly, can you cellar beer in a fridge?
If you keep beer in your refrigerator with a temperature of 35 to 40 degrees, the aging process will be slowed—ideal for hoppy IPAs, pale ales and low ABV lagers. If you place your beers at classic cellaring temperatures, 50 to 60 degrees, they will age quicker.
Similarly, which beer improves most with age? Generally, higher ABV the better they age, if in right circumstances. Also, generally, darker beers age better than lighter. The couple exceptions that come to mind are Belgian Tripels, which are lighter but age well, and some lower ABV porters, doppelbocks, etc.
Also asked, what temperature should a beer cellar be?
53.6 degrees Fahrenheit
How long should I age my beer?
Typically, the aging range for most beers is between two and ten years. While we realize that's rather broad, there's no exact formula and every beer is different. Some max out at three years, others at eight, and there are a few beers that taste best after 30 years.