Most expensive Beers that can burn a hole in your pocket
You must have always wondered what beer rich people drink, what does it costs them, is it better than the beer you have, what factors make them so expensive? Yeah, so have I. Your curiosity ends as here is the list of world’s most expensive beers.
1. Nail Brewing’s Antarctic Nail Ale
Price:- $800 – 1000 per bottle/500ml
The 1st bottle being sold at $800 and second being sold for $1,850, making it the most expensive beer in the world. Only 30 bottles were made. A helicopter was landed on an Antarctic iceberg and a huge iceberg was flown in directly to Tasmania where it was melted before being brought into Perth to be used in the brew. 100% of profits went to the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, a non-profit organization dedicated to the protecting the world’s oceans. well, this is certainly a beer for a cause!!
2. Brewdog’s The End of History
Price :- $765 per bottle/330ml
It is the third strongest and second most expensive beer on the planet, though their repeated claims of being it the strongest.
Also what is weird about this beer is its packaging. The beers are packed inside taxidermied roadkill. So drink only if you have this much money and ability to bear the after-effects of this beer.
3. Schorschbräu’s Schorschbock 57
Schorschbock 57 was a 2011 limited edition brew that yielded just 36 bottles. Also, it is the strongest beer to date. This beer was in response to BrewDog’s End of History which had an ABV of 55%. So be careful if you consume this beer as Gravity aunty may start playing weird.
4. Space Barley by Sapporo
The name itself tell the story of the beer. The Japanese sent barley into space, the fourth-generation of barley was brought back and fermented it into the world’s first space beer. Wow, beer from heaven. Who would dare to miss a deal like that?
5. Carlsberg’s Jacobsen Vintage
With an expiration date of 2059, this barleywine is matured in Swedish and French oak barrels for six months. Made from the finest caramel and hops, the beer has flavors of vanilla, smoke, and caramel. Producing just 600 bottles, this is available exclusively in Denmark. Another good reason to visit Denmark.
6. Vieille Bon Secours ale, Belgium
Brewed by Charles Coulter, Vieille Bon comes from the small town Peruwelz in Belgium It can only be found in a bar called the Bierodrome in London. Stored in for the last 10 years, the taste is described as of citric, caramel and toffee flavors.
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