Beer is a refreshing treat to many people all over the world. There is nothing better than sipping on a cold beer after a hard day’s work. It is a drink which is loved for its taste, and it also does not make you an alcoholic. Beer is relatively cheap when compared to other alcoholic beverages. But there is a luxury side to beers as well. The following is a list of the most expensive beers in the world.
Antarctic Nail Ale:
Antarctic Nail Ale is one of the most expensive beers in the world, and 500ml costs about $800. The beer is considered special as it is known that the beer is made out of water from the Antarctic iceberg. Nail Brewing Company launched Antarctic Nail Ale, and it is said that the quality of the beer is so pure that there are chances of you becoming an alcoholic if you consume a lot of it.
The End of History:
The End of History is known for its strength and luxury. The brand is quite famous in the beer community, and there is a great demand. The beer tastes so good, and it costs about $765 for 330ml. There were only 12 bottles made and the company which produced it claims that it is one of the rarest beers that were ever produced.
Carlsberg Jacobsen Vintage #1:
Carlsberg Jacobsen Vintage #1 is quite popular in Denmark, and it is said to have a subtle smoky flavour with a mixture of fruit and caramel. You need to pair this fine drink with cheese or your favourite dessert. Only 600 bottles of Vintage #1 was produced, and that makes it a rarity and thus is sold for about $400 for one bottle.
Crown Ambassador Reserve Lager:
Crown Ambassador Reserve Lager is an Australian beer, and there were only 8000 bottles made. The taste of the beer can be compared to white wine, and it is also considered as an alternative to white wine in the locality. The beer is priced from 90 to 800 dollars for one bottle, and the most expensive bottle is placed in a luxury velvet case.
Schorschbrau’s Schorschbock is one of the strongest beers that were ever made in this world, and it consists of about 55% of alcohol by volume. The beer is made in Germany, and thus we know the reason for the high percentage of ABV. You have smoky flavours and nutty flavours, and they sell the bottle for about $275.
Sam Adam’s Utopia:
Sam Adam’s Utopia costs about $150 per bottle, and the beer comes in a beautiful bottle which you would never want to throw it away. The beer has a herbal flavour, and once the brewing process is over, the beer is aged in barrels just like the wine to provide a fiery flavour at the end.