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1995 Westvleteren Red CapYes2023-03-02$450.00
This is my last bottle. If you don't know what it is...keep looking for other beers. I bought about 10 of these from a home remodeled outside Antwerp in 2000. I have cherished them and every bottle has been excellent! They were found on a stone Cellar and the owner wanted to convert the dirt floor Cellar into a game room. This bottle will NOT be reduced in price. If I don't get asking price, the bottle will be pulled and I will drink on a special occasion. Bottle has been lovingly stored in a very dark temperature controlled environment.
1987 La Gaffe by Brasserie VapeurYes2022-11-13$65.00
A strong dark Belgium Ale by Vapeur. This was one of the first beers brewed and bottled after the brewery reopened in 1984. Label must have had some tasty glue as the silverfish had a party with it, but contents are intact.
1968 George Gales Prized Old AleYes2022-11-13$40.00
This is a 50cl? Stubby of this fine brew. It has a best before date of 1988 and the history is that this is a 20 year maturation. Bottle and label in very good condition considering
1968 Thomas Hardy's Ale: 1st VintageYes2022-10-11$450.00
I acquired this ale from the original owner (who resided in the UK). In great condition, original foil still intact. Properly cellared through the years through both owners. I simply cannot get myself to open it up, though I've had vintages dating back to the 70s. The is the very 1st vintage of Thomas Hardy's Ale. It is very unlikely this opportunity will come up, if ever again. Free FedEx overnight shipping included. Signature required.
Cantillon Brabantiae 1991Yes2022-10-06$850.00
Brabantiae 1991
Courage Alton Anniversary Ale 1953Yes2022-01-25$250.00
Bottle of Anniversary Ale from 1953 brewed by the masters of long lasting ales - Courage.
1993 Orval Trappist Belgium Beer - VERY RARE!Yes2021-12-03$80.00
I am selling this very rare 1993 Orval bottle from my collection. I have trouble holding on to Orvals for some the fact that I have saved this bottle for so long makes it very rare. This was before Orval started printing bottling dates as well as 'best by' dates on their labels. This label says best consumed by 2/25/98 and Orval has a supposed five year shelf life. The bottle is in great shape and has been stored in a dark climate controlled environment.
1964 Whitbread English Ale - Rare@Yes2021-12-03$30.00
This bottle is in near perfect condition and has been stored in a climate controlled environment. The bottle states it was imported into the states by Sterling Distributors but am unable to find anything about them.
1995 Westmalle TripelYes2021-12-02$49.00
Last one in my collection of the epitome of the tripel style. Westmalle tripel is what all breweries are trying to emulate when they make this style. (At least I do...) I am the original purchaser and this has been stored in a climate controlled environment since purchase. Label is a bit wanky but cap is in pristine condition.
Rare 1985 Rodenbach Belgium BeerYes2021-11-28$65.00
Very rare 1985 Rodenbach. Best before February 1989. I am the original purchaser and the beer has been cellar stored. Rodenbach, a legendary Belgian brewery in West Flanders, is synonymous with the Flanders or Flemish Red beer style. Founded almost 200 years ago, the brewery is now part of Swinkels Family Brewers, a 300-year-old family business that also owns Palm Breweries. Rodenbach is made for the dinner table. It balances tart, fruity acidity with soft oak notes, like wine. It’s thirst-quenching and light on the palate, despite its deep red color and complexity from mixed-fermentation barrel aging. At about half the alcohol by volume of wine, it’s a food-pairing beverage you can pour all meal long. This is a World-Class beer and I have had bottles dating back to the early 60's and never been disappointed.