I know people buy these and age them.
I’d love to have the patience but I don’t.
Fuller’s VIntage Ale 2012 is a terrific beer, as 2011 was and 2010 before it.
It’ll probably be even better in ten years’ time, but I can’t wait that long.
This 2012 vintage is a big fat kiss with tongues that’s full of spicy rum and raisin, brandy snaps, toffee popcorn, candy floss, blackberry leaf tea, nettles, bruised apples, straw, a liquorice stick, mace, brown bread, Muscavado sugar, leather, heather, honey, mossy rocks (don’t ask), bracken and bouquet garni.
I don’t care if it’s good in a few years, I love it NOW.
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