|750ml Cantillon Don Quijote + 750ml 3 Fonteinen||Yes||9243||$15000.00|
|This listing is even more in jest (There were 4-5 offers @ previous price of $10000). DQ acquired at the source in Oct. 2010 (Franco/Livingston Club) and "Selectie C" acquired at a Tokyo bottle shop in Jan. 2007. Both "cellared" since purchase in a legit 1000+ btl. temperature controlled wine cellar. Feel free to contact me (email@example.com) with questions/concerns/requests. Payment in person & in cash & SoCal only! Cheers!|
|Thomas Hardy's Ale 1990 four bottles||Yes||4472||$240.00|
|THOMAS HARDY ALE 1990 250ML - 4 pack "Scarce, subtle and complex, Thomas Hardy’s Ale is the beer enthusiast’s equivalent of rare cognac. Bottle-conditioned to mature in the bottle like fine wine, this old ale/barley wine will improve with age for at least 26 years (and we’re still counting!)." These have been stored in a climate controlled cellar since original purchase. They are in great condition and come with original cardboard container.|
|Stone Vertical Epic 2002 | 02-02-02||Yes||3068||$500.00|
|Ultra Rare Vintage Vertical Epic 02.02.02. by Stone Brewery! This beer was created on 02.02.02 by Stone Brewery to be enjoyed in December 2012 as a part of their Vertical Epic Series. It was the first one created in this Epic Series and only 300 cases of it were produced making it a very rare vintage, especially since most beer drinkers are not able to resist drinking their beer for so long! This bottle has been tucked away, stored & sealed tight and in its original case for over fourteen years. Stone Brewery created this series "to provide the beer connoisseur with the flavor equivalent of a Mozart Symphany with multiple movements." Lee Chase, a master brewer at Stone, said that it is an Imperial (double) White Ale that was brewed without any candy sugar. Here is the original Stone description for Vertical Epic '02: A new Vertical Epic will be released every year, with the goal being to collect them all and have a Vertical Epic tasting once the final Epic is released on 12/12/12. Each new Stone Vertical Epic Ale will be release one YEAR, one MONTH and one DAY apart. Vertical Epic 02/02/02 was not brewed "to style". Instead, we tried to create something new. It's triple-ish in nature, with wit character, coriander and orange peel, and has way more hops than either a Belgian triple or a Wit would. Belgian yeast was used. Belgian Strong Ale is the closest category that fits -- Greg Koch, Stone Brewing CEO. This listing is for one (1) unopened bottle of the Stone Vertical Epic 02-02-02|
|2011 Original Release of Sierra Nevada Best of Beer Camp Variety Pack- 4 bottles ( one of each style)||Yes||2916||$100.00|
|JUST REDUCED! Extremely collectible, this is a set of the original four beers included in the first release of Sierra Nevada's Best of Beer Camp Variety Pack in 2011. This was the groundbreaking introduction of Sierra Nevada beers sold in variety pack form. This set includes: the California Common, the Juniper Black Ale, the Double IPA, and the Weizenbock. All bottles are sealed and in pristine condition including caps and labels and have been properly maintained since purchase. This is a great addition to any collector's collection!|
|Pizza Port / Lost Abbey SPF 45||Yes||2795||$400.00|
|I have never seen this beer for sale. This bottle has been meticulously cared for and perfectly cellared since day 1. Shipping is included in the sale price. Check my other items, as some have been reduced|
|Stone Vertical epic set||Yes||2041||$500.00|
|STONE BREWING "VERTICAL EPIC 02 -11 SET plus 2 Stone Vertical Epic glasses." ~NEW~ SEALED!! Original Authentic 2002-2011 Stone Brewing VERTICAL EPIC ALE BOTTLES !!! Complete Set!!! NEW sealed in MINT condition! You are bidding on a Complete set of Stone Brewing 2002 -2011 Vertical Epic Ales bottles - a very rare Collection. This collection is "Extremely Rare and Extremely Hard to Find". I'm not sure, but I think there is no one else on the planet selling these as a set. These bottles are guaranteed to be in mint condition, they have been cellared properly. These bottles are Extremely Rare and hard to find. NOT SOLD IN STORES. (see pictures below). As with any good epic, in lies the promise of larger-than-life experiences, These bottle are specifically designed to be aged until sometime after December 12th, 2012. Each one unique to it's year of release. Each with its own "twist & turn" in the plotline. Each one released one year, one month and one day from the previous year's edition. 02.02.02 03.03.03 04.04.04 05.05.05 06.06.06 07.07.07 08.08.08 09.09.09 10.10.10 11.11.11|
|Stone Stonewall Ale *REDUCED*||Yes||1964||$550.00|
|22 oz bottle released in 2005, this is Stone's now most legendary and rarest bottle! Bottled only for initial donors to Stone's expansion project almost 10 years ago, this has never been distributed and bottles essentially never go on sale anymore! I really do not know how many bottles were produced but I do know this one is rare. It has been properly cellared since day 1. Shipping included. Paypal preferred however I will accept a check and ship once cleared.|
|Sam Adams Millenium MMM||Yes||1937||$1500.00|
|I won this in 2000. After grand plans to open it to much fanfare, we tried some cheaper bottles of Sam Adams triple boch, and realized we hated it. It's been stored in my basement ever since, because I kept telling myself I would eventually want to use the beautiful wooden box. I haven't yet, so surely it should go to a collector. Cut & pasted from the listing that led me to believe it still has value: Extremely rare, unopened, bottle of Samuel Adams Millennium Ale MMM with custom drawstring bag and matching cherry wood case. (I can't find a number on it anywhere, but I'm also trying not to handle it too much). Signed by Jim Koch. History of Samuel Adams Millennium: "Released in 2000, Samuel Adams® Millennium is the result of The Boston Beer Company founder Jim Koch's desire to create an astonishing, once-in-a-lifetime beer to commemorate the new millennium. Packaged in a unique, cobalt blue bottle with platinum lettering, finished with a natural cork and a hand dipped wax seal with an “M” monogram (Millennium) in the top of the wax seal. This unique bottle features a custom drawstring cloth bag with bottle insignia, nestled in a matching cherry wood box. Only 3,000 750 ml bottles were crafted; making it the most limited edition Samuel Adams® beer ever offered. Each bottle was hand-signed by Jim Koch. “It's very rare to see one out today, but if you stumble on one, buy it - because you'll probably never get another chance!" Beer Advocate Magazine rates this beer with the very rare rating of 98 – 100 (WORLD CLASS!) and a must have for the true beer lover or collector. Buy it now for the price of $1,500.00 (plus shipping and insurance). More photos are available upon request. (I'm cribbing the rest from the professional seller here.) Payment: United States Postal service Money Orders only. Processing time: (Since the professional seller did it), I'll reserve 2-3 days of processing time, to properly pack your purchase. Day of shipping: For insurance purposes, if you wish, I can arrange a notarized letter of confirmation indicating, at shipment, the bottle is unopened, drawstring bag is included, and all photos accurately display the items purchased/shipped. The letter and this will be scanned and emailed to you. The original can be sent separately or included in shipment at the purchasers option. Shipment: I can ship via UPS/FedEx with insurance to confirmed addresses in 48 lower states (adult signature required). Sorry, I do not ship to P.O. Boxes, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, APO/FPO, US protectorates and territories. Local pickup is also available in greater Boston. (Or possibly upstate NY if it turns out I have to leave Massachusetts to ship it. The laws here are baroque). Returns: This item is not returnable. This item is sold in accordance with the sealed bottle policy below.|
|Thomas Hardy's Ale||Yes||1649||$3900.00|
|Own what is probably THE LARGEST PERSONAL COLLECTION OF PRE-2000 ORIGINAL THOMAS HARDY'S left in the world!!! This rare collection contains: 106 bottles of 1993 Thomas Hardy's Ale at 6.33 FL OZ each, 6 bottles of 1995 Thomas Hardy's Ale at 6.33 FL OZ each, 10 bottles of 1997 Thomas Hardy's Ale at 11.15 FL OZ each, 7 bottles of 1998 Thomas Hardy's Ale at 11.15 FL OZ each, and 4 bottles of 1999 Thomas Hardy's Ale at 11.15 FL OZ each. All bottles have been properly cellared in a temperature-controlled environment. If you know beer, you know what this means! This collection will not be split apart and sold individually. Special shipping arrangements TBD.|
|Entire 450 Bottle Cellar For Sale||Yes||1577||$3500.00|
Rather than spend the time trying to sell my cellar one bottle at a time, I've decided to put my entire cellar up for sale. The cellar contains 450 bottles collected by me between 2003 - 2014. As my wife has said "you don't have a problem drinking beer, you have a problem buying beer."
Highlights include early batches of Russian River beers (Salvation B001, Perdition B002, Sanctification B002, Toronado 20th Anniversay), Firestone Walker Parabola and 12th - 15th Anniversary, Fifty Fifty Eclipse Imperial Stouts (Elijah Craig, Four Roses, and Evan Williams), Bruery 2 Turtle Doves and 3 French Hens, Brooklyn Brewing Blacks Ops, Deschutes Black Butte XX and XXI, aged Alesmith Speedway Stout, and cases of aged Sierra Nevada Bigfoot. There are whales, whales that should be drank now, and some oxidized whales (like the Stone Vertical 03-03-03 and 04-04-04). Some of the bottles (not the contents of the bottles) are highly sought after like the Lagunitas Gonzo.
Most of the beers in the cellar are made for aging and have aged very well. Even the bottles that weren't necessarily made for aging have aged well. I've been cracking some older bottles recently that weren't meant to age and they've held up well but do have some oxidation. And some bottles have turned into crazy mutants (the 2003 Stone Double Bastard tastes like a barleywine). All of the bottles have been kept in a cool, dark garage on the foggy side of San Francisco since purchase. I have been cellaring beers for over 10 years, so purchase with confidence as these beers have been aged properly and are ready to be poured into your glass.
The cellar is located in San Francisco. The bottles are all boxed up (21 22oz shippers and 9 cases) and ready to go. Ideally, you will have a car/truck with a lot of space to pick up the bottles. I will ship via private shipper if you're willing to pay for the delivery.
I'm selling the cellar for $3500 (or $7.77 a beer - no, I will not sell a bottle for $7.77). This is considerably less than other similar cellars for sale on this website. And no, I don't want to trade the cellar for a sit-down Centipede game (although that would be kinda awesome). Payment will be by:
A spreadsheet (for those that like to sort columns) is available on Google docs: HopsNWater Beer Cellar Speadsheet
Total Bottles: 450
Total Bottles (excluding Bigfoot and Brown Shugga): 273
Total bottles bigger than 12oz: 225
I've posted photos of a lot of the beers here: HopsNWater Beer Cellar And here are links to some of the high-res images. I'm happy to post photos of any bottles in the cellar if you're interested.
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