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Bars And Bar Sets

If you have an expensive collection of liquor or want to preserve   the taste of your liquor, the way you store it will have a huge impact on how   long your liquor will last.

Alcohol generally needs protection from four things, which is why   storage has its own section in this article.    Let’s take a look at each of these things and what to look for in a   bar to keep your collection safe.

1. UV light

it’s common knowledge that   fermentation is the process that makes alcohol   what it is.  Put simply, fermentation   is a reaction where the sugars found in grapes (or other plants) break down   into alcohol and some other by-products.

When the bottle is bottled, this reaction occurs do   not stop.  It’s easy   slows down dramatically because the bottle acts   as a vacuum chamber and prevents it from being exposed to anything that can   change the rate of the reaction.  UV   light is one thing that can temporarily speed up the fermentation process in   wine and alter a bottle’s taste profile.

Your ideal bar has storage areas that protect bottles from UV   light.  Storage that doesn’t cover the   entire bottle – for example, wine bars where bottles are stored   accommodate their necks, do not allow optimal   protection from UV light.

2. Heating

Heat has the same effect on bottled wine as UV light.  Ideally, your wine bar has a storage system   that regulates the temperature to a value of a stable   temperature. Hardwood Storage   that covers the entire bottle (keeping out heat and light) is a solid   investment if you want to store wine over the long term.

The best wine storage would be a Cold room or mini   fridge This allows your wine to be cooled to around 12 degrees   Celsius.

3. Changes in   humidity

Humidity doesn’t necessarily have a direct effect on your fluids,   especially if it’s adequately stored.    Fluctuations in humidity can affect the   cork Of your bottles.  If your wine cork gets too dry, it can be   shrink to allow oxygen to interact with your   wine. This changes the taste profile in a similar way to   exposure to UV light, but the effects can be even stronger.

Horizontal wine storage solves this problem by keeping your wine   in contact with your wine cork, preventing it from drying out completely and   avoiding this problem altogether.

4. Vibration

Finally, vibrations can unsettle the sediment in some spirits –   especially wines – which does not permanently change the taste of your drink,   but can significantly affect your taste Drinking   experience.  Significant   vibrations are usually not a major problem.    However, if you do choose to use a pole with wheels, be sure to read   the reviews before confirming that your wheels won’t shake the bottles   vigorously as you move the pole from room to room.

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