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Isaiah Bell
Isaiah Bell

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While I'm all for treating beer with respect, I just want to help anyone out who has been chastised for doing this. Truth is, it's not really a big deal (unless your are going to cellar your beer). Hoppy Beer is more sensitive to temperature swings but 1-2 times of cold back to room temperature won't effect flavor if you are are going to consume the beer in the next 30-45 days. Most hoppy beers should be consumed within 30-45 days after purchase anyway, because who knows how long it's been sitting at the store?

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Yes, beer does like to be stored cold and it will last longer if it is stored at a steady cool temperature throughout its life. But buying it at the store refrigerated and then storing outside the fridge until you need it is not really going to harm the beer.

In fact, I'd guess that almost 90% of the craft beer you drink was stored at room temperature at the brewery, shipped to the distributor, stored in their warehouse (at whatever temperature that happens to be) and then transported to the store in a side loader truck (at whatever temperature it is outside) then brought into the store or restaurant and stored in a back room or basement THEN and only THEN it may finally get refrigerated for the first time in its life! It's at this point that people tend to get all worked up if you take the refrigerated beer and let it warm back up. While I'm not saying this is good for the beer, it's really not too bad either. It's worse for beer to have a QUICK temperature change, from cool to warm. Otherwise, it's really not going to make a noticeable difference to the beer unless you are going to store the beer for the long term.

Now, when it comes to that beer getting warm in my glass, that is a totally different story! I DO NOT like drinking a warm light struck beer. Luckily, Cheers All has you covered there too! Check out our insulated pilsner mug that will protect your beer from the evils of sunlight AND temperature!

All I'm suggesting is, don't stress too much about this. I was recently camping and heard a couple arguing over this next door and you would have thought that the beer had to be poured out based on how upset this guy was! This could have been a case of just simmering tension and the beer was the last straw but, his reaction was a bit too dramatic given the slight transgression.

WHERE DO YOU OFFER SHIPPING?We currently offer shipping to 43 states with some restrictions on products containing alcohol. We will be shipping to more states in the near future so stay tuned to find out when you can get Beer Fridge in your area!HOW LONG UNTIL MY ORDER ARRIVES?All orders are shipped via a third party courier service. Shipping times will vary based on distance, but your tracking information will be updated with more precise delivery details. Most orders will arrive within 5-10 business days from the time the order was placed, but delivery within a certain time frame is not guaranteed. ***Beers are not refrigerated during the shipping process. Please note that we do not issue refunds for warm beer.HOW MUCH DOES SHIPPING COST?When you order a Beer Fridge subscription you get flat rate shipping on all beer, cider, and seltzer products! Flat rate shipping is $10 to Washington and Oregon and $15 dollars everywhere else. If you make a single purchase without a subscription, your shipping cost will be calculated at checkout according to your shipping destination. Our shipping fee is calculated by package weight and shipping distance.DO I NEED TO SIGN FOR MY DELIVERY?Yes, someone 21+ will need to sign for your package. Multiple orders or large orders requiring multiple boxes may arrive separately. If no one is home to accept the delivery, most shipping couriers will attempt to redeliver three times. If you refuse delivery or your package is undeliverable, your order will be returned to Beer Fridge and we will refund you minus a $25 restocking fee. The person named in the order does not need to be present to accept the delivery as long as someone 21+ is available to receive it. Merchandise shipments do not require a signature, and may be left at the door.

The Bellingham Born & Brewed series is an homage to the inception of Beer Fridge, its founders, and some of the best breweries on the planet. For those that know Bellingham, the "City of Subdued Excitement" has crafted an iconic beer scene that is anything but subdued! Sip on some of the best this community has to offer from the award-winning breweries that keep this town buzzed!

What is too hot? Think of it this way: as the temperature of your beer goes up, the effects of oxidation increase exponentially. So a beer sitting at 60 degrees Fahrenheit will retain its original flavor for much longer than a beer sitting at 90 degrees Fahrenheit.

Is your fridge overflowing with a constant supply of craft beer, white wine, or sodas? Consider a bar fridge or wine cooler to give your favourite beverages a home of their own. If you're not sure what to look for when choosing a bar or wine fridge, then check out these answers to some frequently asked questions. Why should I consider a bar fridge or wine fridge? If you're a wine aficionado with dreams of a cellar, you can start with the next best thing: a wine cooler. It'll store your wine in ideal conditions, and allow you to show off your prized collection at the same time. Need a fridge for your dorm room, man cave, or studio apartment? A bar fridge may be your best bet. It offers an ideal spot to store drinks or groceries without taking up much space.

A bar fridge is a compact refrigerator ideal for chilling soda, water, beer, and other beverages. Some bar fridges have a freezer compartment for keeping frozen treats close at hand. A wine fridge is designed specifically for storing wine. It provides optimal temperature and storage conditions for preserving your prized vintages and meritages until you're ready to drink them. 041b061a72


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