Beer that improves with age

This is my first post - grateful for any views
I have a lot of beer in the house, but tend to drink it quickly. I've kept a few bottles of Fuller's Vintage, and a few of J.W. Lees Harvest ale, and I'm about to buy some Thomas Hardy's deliberately to age it and see what happens, but I've not made a real attempt to keep beer long-term. I'd like to try, so can anyone recommend bottled ales that improve with age? I've yet to drink any style I didn't like, so any suggestions would be great.
Thanks
Tim
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Tim
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The Submarine Captain

Get them quick. After this year the Prize will be brewed by Fullers (so they say) so it won't be the pukka version.
And with Fuller's on the prowl for further pubs whose to say Harvey's won't be on their shopping list :-(
John B
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John B

Fuller's seems to have become the current public house enemy number one. If they destroy Harvey's as well there's no hope.
m.
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marcb

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To be fair they committed themselves to keep Gale's branding in the Gale's estate, along with Fuller's brewed Gale's beers.
But are they are keeping to their word?
The last 'Gale's' pub I went in was awash with Pride bar towels, Pride badged glasses and on the bar - wait for it - London Pride, ESB and HSB.
So that was a big commitment that seems to have been dropped already :-(
And while we are at it, add Palmers to the risk list.
John B
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John B

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