Am I going to regret drinking this Sam Adams black lager at room temperature?

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30 Aug 2010

I *could* put it in the fridge but wouldn’t that just make it more skunked and not worth drinking at all?

6 Responses to Am I going to regret drinking this Sam Adams black lager at room temperature?

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Answerman

August 29th, 2010 at 7:05 pm

Drink it up my good friend! But stay away from pretty girls. There’s nothing worse than skunky Sam Adams Black Lager at room temperature FARTS!

Cheers!

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Bacardifreak

August 29th, 2010 at 7:11 pm

it’s a lager. they’re designed to be refriged. ales and stouts are meant to be drunk warm because of the bouquet.

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liorio1

August 29th, 2010 at 7:15 pm

May not be as bad as you think, do you know what room temp. is? Not 68 degrees, but 50-55, also known as cellar temperature. Make it a little better?

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James

August 29th, 2010 at 7:15 pm

ah, room temperature is in fact the temperature of the room you’re in, it’s not a buzz word or industry term! As for cellar temperature sure 50-55. Also, just because it is a lager doesnt not mean it is best drank cold, just like all ales are not best at cellar or warmer temperatures. For instance drinking a malty/rich double bock (a lager) ice cold would hide many of it’s flavors and sweetness. Vice Versa, drinking an IPA (india pale ALE) or a wheat beer/weizen (again ales) warm would be a bit funky…

As for the that particular sam adams, drinking it a room temp. is fine, it will taste more malty; it would be better at “cellar” temp. or out of the fridge but you’ve hardly ruined it. Also sticking it back in the fridge would in no way ruin it either.

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Woman_Tamer

August 29th, 2010 at 7:31 pm

Just man up and drink it. If it doesn’t kill you it makes you stronger.
Good times!!!

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SOCALi MAMi

August 29th, 2010 at 7:44 pm

you are crazy!!! warm/room temp beer is nasty!

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