This was done a few weeks back. Fun day with plenty of food and drink, along with some friends. This is what I wrote down, and of course there was much talking with friends, eating, and fun, so it was not a full review for each.
For most of us we liked the 09-11 range. A couple like it fresh. One couple are more wine drinkers, and they loved the 95, as it reminded them of a Port wine.
95 Only a small 'pfft' when cap came off. Low/no carbonation, almost still. Figs, raisins, cherries, full of sherry notes. No hop aroma or flavor, low bitterness.
03 Medium low carbonation. Lower oxidation. Some woody oxidation from hops. Slight mustyness. Some sherry.
04 Medium low carbonation, more than 03. Some hop aroma and flavor at low levels. No sherry notes. Bitterness is coming up.
05 Better carbonation. Brilliant color, others were a little murky before. Clean malt flavors. More hop flavor and aroma now. Bitterness lingers a little.
06 Similar to 05, the hops are a little more apparent. More bitterness. Bigfoot territory.
07 Like 06 but the bitterness has gone up more.
08 Big jump in carbonation. Good head formation and retention. Some yeasty esters and fruitiness. Citrus and pine from the hops. Big jump in bitterness. This is much fresher due to the pry off cap and better liner.
09 Really drinking well. Better balance than the 08.
10 Nice hop aroma at lower levels. Clean malt. Balance has gone to bitterness in the finish.
11 About the same as the 10
12 Nice malty aromas, can get the crystal malt. Bitterness hangs in after finish, drying.
13 Some yeast esters. Hops in the aroma, pine and citrus. Hop flavor rolls on the tongue front to back. Hops dominate the malt, you get a little crystal. Bitterness really is there and lingers.
14 A hop bomb, it makes my teeth tingle. Big aroma and flavor of hops.
That was it for the 95 and the 03 vintages. I do have 04 through 14 left, so we can do another some year.