We’d recommend aging some of those barley wines you’ve got for a few years for a smoother profile, but aging something 3,300? That’s nuts. While this beer isn’t aged long, it is based on a recipe that predates any brew you’ve downed in your time. Egtved Girl’s Brew is based on a recipe from the Bronze Age that was figured out after samples were taken from a beer bucket that was unearthed from a Danish gravesite. Egtved Girl’s Brew is a wheat beer brewed with honey and other more interesting ingredients like bog myrtle and cranberries. We’d recommend drinking this one fresh.