5 Most Expensive BeersAPPERITIVO Team
Gone are the times where beer was connected with “cheap and baggy jeans” enthusiasts. Whether for its mainstream popularity, or easy and limitless physical supply, beer is the universal drink, common to every culture, produced by every country and raging different prices.
Since a few years from now craft beers, the kings of beers, have attributed a new conception and a fancy connotation to what we once drunk as “the cheapest and Booz-based drink.”
Today, we can find a one dollar beers and incredibly expensive drinks made out of grain.
There’s a list of the five most expensive beers from all parts of the globe:
1. Samuel Adams’ Utopias (Price: $150/700ml)
Opening the chart, Samuel Adams’ Utopias was named in honor of an American revolutionary hero, Samuel Adams. The American beer releases new bottles every two years and, due to legal reasons, it is banned from 13 states.
2. Schorschbräu’s Schorschbock 57 (Price: $275/330ml)
Known as the strongest beer in the world, with 57% ABV, the German masterpiece is also one of the most expensive. Produced and developed by Georg Tscheuschner, Schorschbräu brewery only made 36 bottles.
3.Carlsberg’s Jacobsen Vintage (Price: $400/375ml)
Carlsberg doesn’t need any introduction. At least we thought not, but we have to. This is an exclusive Denmark product as it is made and produced by Jacobsen Brew. With only 600 bottles available, this 2008 piece of art can be founded in the fanciest Copenhagen restaurants.
4. Brewdog’s The End of History (Price: $765/330ml)
Brewdog’s The End of History and Schorschbräu’s Schorschbock 57 are definitely the strongest beers on earth. With 55% AVB, the Scottish beer it’s even more exclusive than the German treat, only 12 bottles were ever made! Its incredible packaged in carcasses of taxidermied hares, squirrels or weasel gives it the unavailable, extreme and unique detail of “Status achievement.”
5. Nail Brewing’s Antarctic Nail Ale (Price: $800-$1815/500ml)
The world’s most expensive beer has a human and animal concern based strategy behind it. Made and produced in Australia, Nail Brewing’s Antarctic Nail Ale uses water from the Antartic, and 100% of profits go to the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. There only 30 bottles in the market.