hey gidwick i'm from the uk too, and in my experiance, no it doesnt, it may do after a long time, but i dont think i have been in a bar where it could possibly be left for that long. if i am wrong i am sure some nice person will correct me.
Joined: 01 Dec 2003 Posts: 103 Location: Western Slope of Colorado
Posted: Tue Jan 27, 2004 7:28 pm Post subject:
Bill is correct, most alcohols don't stay on the shelf long enough for the flavor or alcohol content to be altered. However, I keep a close eye on my hundred proof and slow moving alcohols. The hundred proof really can evaporate quite quickly (but then again I'm in a desert/tundra climate) and alcohols that don't sell quickly will Get a "shelf" flavour. I keep these kind of bottles capped with their origional caps, and when someone comes in and begins to order a lot of it, I will replace the cap with a pourer, setting the cap off somewhere where it won't be lost or thrown away and recap the bottle when the coustomer is done. _________________ The odds are good but the goods are odd.
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