The Ultimate Bud Light Cowboys Can Checklist


A lot of people these days have been under the impression that all you need to do is buy a few cases of beer, throw them in your fridge and be done with it. If there’s one thing we’ve learned about liquor over the years, it’s that this strategy is not going to work. Liquor has many enemies and needs a strong defense if you want to keep its shelf life as long as possible. In this blog post, we’ll discuss 11 ways for defending against those Bud Light Cowboys who are trying to steal your hard-earned money! (This blog post is part of a series) Written by: Annie R. Lambert, Founder & CEO at Liquor Defender LLC and Expert in Spirits Preservation for 16 Years -Ask for the bartender’s assistance when stocking your bar or fridge with liquor so that they can help you place them up high where sunlight won’t hit them as frequently. Sunlight will break down liquors much quicker than cooler temperatures, which are best to store everything from Scotch Whisky to Gin. -Don’t buy cases of beer! Buy individual bottles instead because air seeps into these containers easily while leaving behind oxygen, which harms spirits like Whiskey and Vodka immensely over time. -Purchase glassware when buying alcohol (you may notice this


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