How long does an unopened, unrefrigerated, bottle of beer last? - FoodAQ

How long does an unopened, unrefrigerated, bottle of beer last?!


Question: It depends on the beer. The majority of beers are good for about four months, even when refrigerated and unopened. Some darker beers however (mostly Belgian ales) actually get better with age, with the fermentation process continuing after bottling. However they are the exception and not the rule.

If the bottle is unrefrigerated though, it will likely be good for a lesser amount of time.



Answers: It depends on the beer. The majority of beers are good for about four months, even when refrigerated and unopened. Some darker beers however (mostly Belgian ales) actually get better with age, with the fermentation process continuing after bottling. However they are the exception and not the rule.

If the bottle is unrefrigerated though, it will likely be good for a lesser amount of time.


2 seconds.
than in my belly :)


all dependes of whats it in a bottle can last up to 2 years in a can up to 6 months

Until the use by date if it has one, if not indefinately.

Use it Marinade for hamburger now.. don't drink maybe flat...
Marinade mix with suace add salt and pepper soak for while then grill adds to flavor...


Christopher C knows what he's talkin about.
Bottle conditioned beers continue their fermentationm process in the bottle and actually get better with age. Other beers like your Budweisers, Heinekens, Coronas, Millers, etc. Can go bad after a certain amount of time, if they aren't skunked already.






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