|New sealed 1995 Vintage Sam Adams Triple Bock||Yes||2018-05-22||$30.00|
|Boston Beer Company (Samuel Adams) Massachusetts, United States. Noble hops and yeast, along with maple syrup, it was then aged several months in oak whiskey barrels before being bottled. At the time it was considered the world's strongest beer, and a precursor of today's Extreme Beers. Special cobalt blue bottle with gold lettering. This has been stored in my wine cellar since 1995 purchase. This is for one bottle I have 6 to sell|
|Sam Adams MMM Millennium Unopened Rare Beer||Yes||2018-05-22||$900.00|
|Full bottle. This is a wow collectors item of which only 3000 were made and this is one of the early coveted numbered (456/3000) Bottles! All numbers under 500 are considered very rare. The Cherry Wood Collectors Display Case is also numbered 456/3000. The 1 Pint 8 OZ or 750 ml (20.9 % proof) is signed by the Founder and Billionaire|
|2 Sam Adams Millenniums||Yes||2018-05-18||$3200.00|
|Two sealed Sam Adams Millennials that have been properly stored and are in excellent condition. They come in their original boxes and protective sleeve, serial #1539 and #1546. Available for purchase and pick up in Boston, MA.|
|Thomas Hardy's Ale (Full Bottles) 5 Assorted 1987-1989||Yes||2018-05-08||$325.00|
|I am selling 5, unopened and cellar stored full bottles (Nip) of Thomas Hardy's Ale. I am the original owner and purchased a number of bottles of '87-'91 when they first came to Michigan with George's (Phoenix Imports) help and I only have these 5 bottles along with a sealed case of 1989 12 ounce bottles that are still in my sister's cellar and I will list in the near future. I have an Ebay account with the same username and 100 % positive feedback to look up, if buyer wants to view. The assortment includes 1 -1987 nip bottle, 2- 1988 nip bottles and 2- 1989 nip bottles. Hopefully, the pic can can show their great condition. I accept Paypal for payment. The shipping will be by Fed Ex ground and will charge $40 to ship. If the actual fee is less, I will refund buyer the difference.|
|Thomas Hardy's Ale, Vintage 1986, 6.04 oz.||Yes||2018-04-30||$45.00|
|Bottle No. 13216, The price is for one bottle, I purchased them in 1989. The beer was purchased by me when released and has been kept away from heat and light and in my basement cellar. Factory sealed. I will only ship to the lower 48 states. This is a 1986, but here is a review of the 1987: After the brewery-recommended 25 years, time has definitely altered the appearance. Opens with nary a hiss and pours an intense mahogany hue with no head. The aroma has taken on a slight mustiness and is now powerfully sweet and treaclelike with hints of Fig Newton. Lots of sherry and tawny flavors, a sugary dried fruit layer, and a salty twang all come together for a mounting complexity. Still quite thick and, being carbonation-less, borders on cloying. A truly contemplative beer, but it makes you wonder if it could still use more time in cellar to thin a bit.|
|Manhattan Brewing Independence Ale, Vintage 1986, 12 oz.||Yes||2018-04-30||$35.00|
|This is a strange one. I bought this at Berose Liquors in Wash, DC in 1986. It is a limited July 4, 1986 edition and numbered 1195 out of ? Triangle shaped bottle, very unique. I will only ship to the lower 48 states.|
|New sealed (2)1997 Vintage Sam Adams Triple Bock||Yes||2018-03-30||$70.00|
|New sealed 1997 Vintage Sam Adams Triple Bock. Boston Beer Company (Samuel Adams) Massachusetts, United States. Noble hops and yeast, along with maple syrup, it was then aged several months in oak whiskey barrels before being bottled. At the time it was considered the world's strongest beer, and a precursor of today's Extreme Beers. Special cobalt blue bottle with gold lettering. This has been stored in my wine cellar since 1995 purchase. This is for two bottles|
|3 Fonteinen Oude Geuze 1999||Yes||2018-03-27||$950.00|
|One bottle of Oude Geuze 1999. Screen printed label from 3 Fonteinen. Shipping to the continental 48 only. Email with any questions - firstname.lastname@example.org. Cheers!|
|Fullers -Reg Drury commemorative ale - Very Very Rare||Yes||2018-01-18||$199.00|
Fullers -Reg Drury commemorative ale - Very Very Rare|
Extremely rare Reg Drury commemorative ale for his retirement. A true Collectors item. Fullers produced this commemorative ale when Reg was retiring. It was an extremely limited run and very rare. Please read the collected info below if you do not know who Reg was and what he meant to the brewing world.
May he rest in Pease.
Reg Drury, who has died aged 76, was a passionate supporter of cask beer. His painstaking work as head brewer at Fuller’s in Chiswick, West London, from the 1970s ensured that it was rare to be served a poor pint of the brewery’s beer.
Reg was a great leader of Fuller’s brewing and operations team for 40 years and retired from his position as Brewing Director in 1999.
It’s a truism in the world of brewing and pubs that one glass of cask beer that’s sour and cloudy will put drinkers off for life and lead them into the cold embrace of Eurofizz. Reg was aware of the problem when he arrived at Fuller’s in the late 1950s. He’d trained at the acclaimed school of brewing at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. He knew not only how to brew beer of all types and styles but was skilled also in maintaining the consistency and quality of the end product. .
It was difficult to achieve consistency at Fuller’s at the time. Brewing had been going on at the site for some 350 years, with the partnership of Fuller, Smith & Turner dating from 1845. Cask beer was produced in open square fermenters, some of which were more than 100 years old and leaked. Finding a clear and tasty pint of Fuller’s cask ale in a pub was something of a gamble. .
This was the dread age of such national keg beers as Watneys Red, Double Diamond and Worthington E. The directors of Fuller’s toyed with the idea of going over entirely to keg and lager production, and in 1976 installed modern, enclosed conical fermenters to make these types of beer. .
It was widely believed in the industry at the time that cask beer couldn’t be brewed in conicals because top-fermenting ale yeast would mutate into bottom-fermenting lager yeast, settling at the base of the vessels. Reg Drury was determined to save Fuller’s cask beers. Along with Charles Wells in Bedford, which had also installed conicals, Reg analysed the new vessels and came to the conclusion that if you adjusted temperatures and regularly used fresh batches of ale yeast it would be perfectly possible to produce cask beer in them. .
I will ship in hard plastic case to protect it.
|3 liter Abbaye De Floreffe Double in a commemorative bottle.||Yes||2018-01-14||$349.00|
|Stored horizontally in my wine cellar since i acquired it directly from the importer. Date label reads "06.99"|
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