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PictureTitleSealedPostedPrice
Sam Adams Triple Bock 1995Yes2020-08-20$35.00
New sealed 1995 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 one bottle. Shipping to the contiguous US.
Sam Adams Triple Bock 1997Yes2020-08-20$35.00
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 1997 purchase. Shipping to the contiguous US.
Sam Adams Triple Bock 1997Yes2020-08-20$35.00
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 1997 purchase. Shipping to the contiguous US.
1979 Witkap Pater Tripel - Excellemt COnditionYes2020-08-19$95.00
Bottle of 1979 Witkap Pater Tripel; once judged as the 8th best beer in the world. This is an excellent tripel even today. This was one of the first bottlings after Slagmuylder obtained the name from the previous owner. The bottle is in pristine condition.
Westvleteren Abt 12 Labeled Bottle 1930'sNo2020-08-18$1250.00
This is the rarest bottle in my collection. I doubt there are any others like it still existing except at the Abbey and at In De Vrede where I have seen 5 different examples...but all large format 750cl bottles. This is a 33cl green bottle with a raised WESTVLETEREN embossed on the glass and this super rare Westvleteren label. Yes...the bottle is empty...but I am sure no one will ever see another example of an almost 100 year old labeled Westvleteren Abt 12. Only for the TRUE COLLECTOR!
1996 Gordon's Highland Scotch AleYes2020-08-18$60.00
Great beer in an excellent bottle...especially for one that is going in a quarter century. Best before 1999.
1984 Hoegaarden Grand CruYes2020-08-18$95.00
Great bottle of what was once one of my Top 10 favorite beers. This was produced when Pierre Celis still owned Hoegaarden and is like a cross between a mild white beer and a Westmalle tripel. Bottle is in great condition with a few small blemishes to the label.
1970 Westvleteren Prior 8 - St. BernardusYes2020-08-17$135.00
Very rare 1970 Westvleteren Prior 8 brewed by St. Bernardus under license from St. Sixtus Monastery. Raised relief brown bottle from Westmalle. (The Trappist used each others bottles.) Label in perfect condition as is crown cap with virtually zero rust. An impeccable beauty of a Collector's bottle.
1978 Hapkin Belgium BeerYes2020-08-13$80.00
Hapkin was my favorite Belgian beer for several years... Don't get me wrong...I loved several Belgian beers..but this was one of the first beers I ever drank in Belgium 25 years ago and it just was everything I wanted. They were one of the first breweries anywhere to do hop additions several times during the process. When I discovered Duvel a few years later...it took over ans my #1 Strong Golden only because I couldn't find Hapkin anywhere. I think they might have stooped brewing for a period of time. Anyway this is a fantastic beer. Incidentally...I bought this from a Belgium fellow and he told me the bottle was from 1978. It does have a barcode...but was told they started using those in 1974...
1991 Het Anker Gouden Carolus D'OrYes2020-08-11$130.00
Extremely rare Gouden Carolus D'Or beet bottle with all painted information. Best before 1994 so bottle should be from 1991 or before. Missing the gold foil but still very collectible.