After the old forum software breaking in a way that we were unable to fix, we've migrated the site to a new platform.
Some elements aren't working as we'd hoped - some avatars didn't survive the transition, and we're still having issues with attachments that weren't added as inline images, but we're hoping to have that all sorted out soon.
I am a big fan of this forum, been distracted on other things (baby) for some time but am trying to get off my butt and make some contributions to this great community.
Anyway, came across this article the other day (hope it's ok to post link) and I must say it was really surprising as I was of the belief that freezing beans was a no-no. The idea that there are some benefits and that it could open a way to preserving sought after/rare roasts is really quite fascinating. Ultra low temperature freezers are probably unlikely to make their way to many homes, so I'll stick to using room temperature beans for now :D