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Stone Vertical Epic 2002 | 02-02-02Yes2012-12-14$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