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One example is Michelob Craft Specialty beers, which are often at their peak with 180 days. 2 years from date on box or date of purchase Unopened: 12 months after "best by" date Opened: 9 months refrigerated Unopened: In cans or glass bottles, 9 months from "best by" date Opened: Doesn't spoil, but taste is affected 33 months (After this time, color or flavor may be affected, but product is still generally safe to consume.) 5 years, stored in a cool, dry place Use within 2 years of opening the package Unopened: 1 year from purchase date Opened: 3 to 4 days, not stored in can Unopened: 2 years Opened: 3 months (After this time, color or flavor may be affected, but product is still generally safe to consume.) 42 months Unopened: 3 years from vintage date; 20 to 100 years for fine wines Opened: 1 week refrigerated and corked Unopened: 5 to 10 years (After this time, color or flavor may be affected, but product is still generally safe to consume.) Opened: 2 years 2 years 1 to 5 years Indefinite 7 years 10 years 3 to 6 months 1 year Service or replace every 6 years 12 years Unopened: 9 months to 1 year Opened: 6 months At least 3 years Opened: 3 to 8 years Indefinite Unopened: 2 to 5 years Opened: 3 months 2 years Unopened: Up to 10 years Opened: 2 to 5 years 2 to 3 years 2 years 2 years All dates are from the manufacture date, which is either displayed on the packaging or can be obtained by calling the manufacturer's customer-service number.