Master brewer John Keeling brewed the first batch of Fuller's Vintage Ale in 1997, and the now collector's item was the first in a yearly batch of aged ale. Keeling walks TheStreet through what makes vintage ale special, and how it's aged versus wine or other spirits. Small batches of Fuller's Vintage Ale are brewed each year and released in their respective vintage, featuring different ingredients oftentimes with a specific theme in mind. One can drink the beer immediately or age it at cellar temperature to refine its taste, adding to your insured wine cellar's spread. For craft beer aficionados or someone looking for unique holiday presents, vintage ale might be right up their alley. Especially when this is such a great, inexpensive option as liquor choices get pricier.
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