According to the 3-30-300 rule, beer that is stored for 3 days at 90°, 30 days at 72°, or 300 days at 38° will have the same degree of flavor loss from oxidation.

No. Alcoholic beverages don't become stronger as they age, but their flavors can change.

You can tell if beer goes bad by the taste. Expired beer might taste flat, “skunky”, or overly sweet. The color and foam density may also change when beer goes bad.

No. Old beer may not taste good, but it’s not dangerous.