Ten of the world's most expensive Beers

If you like trying new Beers, or you don't know what to do with the money, you can try one of the Beers below.

1. Sapporo''s Space Barley

Price: $ 110 per six-pack

Alcohol content: 5.5 percent

In 2006, Japanese and Russian scientists have conducted studies of how well barley could grow in microgravity. They launched a rocket with barley seeds to the International space station and planted them on Board of the Star. After five months in orbit, the fourth generation of barley returned to Earth, where Japanese brewer Sapporo fermented it into the world's first space beer. Packaging six cans at a price of 110 dollars is not much when you consider that it was imported from outer space.

If you like more space cheap drinks, try 4pines Vostok Space Beer". The porter – the first beer brewed in zero gravity. It not only can be drunk in space, but it also cheaper: only $ 20 for a six-pack.

2. Crown Ambassador Reserve

Price: $ 90 for 750 milliliters

Alcohol: 10.2 percent

If "Foster" is an Australian name for a beer, then Crown Ambassador Reserve must be Australian for the expensive beer. Aged in French oak barrels for twelve months and Packed in bottles for champagne, beer Crown positions "Ambassador" as an alternative to wine. Australian brewing company held four cooking cycle since 2008, each with a limit of eight thousand bottles.

3. Tutankhamun Ale

Price: $ 75 for 500 milliliters

Alcohol: 6 percent

In 1990, Cambridge archaeologist Dr. Barry Kemp found the Royal brewery of Queen Nefertiti. He found ten brewing chambers beneath the surface of Egyptian soil. Each contains traces of ancient beer wort. When using the electron microscope each scientist Dr. Samuel Delvin analyzed the findings and brought the recipe 3250 years ago. The researchers then teamed up with Scottish brewer Jim Merrington, which produced a thousand bottles of Royal beer. The first of these was sold at a price of 7686$, but the price of the others was set at $ 75 per bottle. A few years later, the brewery Merrington closed. Another blow of the curse of Tutankhamun?

4. Brewdog''s Sink the Bismarck

Price: $ 80 for 375 ml

Alcohol content: 41 percent
Named after the largest battleship of Nazi Germany, the beer "Sink the Bismark" was the Brewdog's attack on Schorschbräu company, which held the world record for the strongest beer. Beer Sink the Bismark not only managed for a while to take the record, but also changed the technology of brewing. It was four times subjected to cold distillation, contained four times as many hops than ordinary Beers, and was four times more bitter. And forty times more expensive. Also Brewdog''s doing little more than cheap beer Tactical Nuclear Penguin.

5. Samuel Adams’ Utopias

Price: $ 150 for 700 milliliters

Alcohol content: 27%

At a price of $ 150, Samuel Adams' Utopias is the most expensive beer of America. Produced every two years, each batch for 18 years, aged in barrels of sherry-brandy, cognac, Bourbon and Scotch. (Each lot also contains a little maple syrup) To force archaic laws on the strength of the beer, Utopia banned for sale in thirteen States. If the price tag on beer made you wince, then remember that you can get back a dime, redesigned bottle.

6. Schorschbräu''s Schorschbock 57

Price: 275 $ for 330 ml

Alcohol: 57.5%

Released last October, Schorschbock 57 beer is the strongest beer in the world. According to Master brewer Georg Clausner, more strong beer will be a violation of the 500-year-old German purity Law of beer. The company Schorschbräu only made 36 bottles, and each has a price tag of two hundred euros.

Tasters said that beer has a smoky and spicy taste with a hint of raisins and, of course, alcohol.

7. Carlsberg''s Jacobsen Vintage

Price: $ 400 for 375 milliliters

Alcohol content: 10.5%

Danish brewing company launched "the vintage trilogy" in 2008 to challenge the market of expensive wines. This barley wine is matured in Swedish and French oak barrels for six months and supposedly tastes like vanilla and coconut, with a hint of tar and ropes". Sold in expensive restaurants in Copenhagen, and from 2008 to 2010, it produced 600 bottles. Each bottle has a shelf life until 2059, so that you have 47 more years until these smoky resin and the rope will deteriorate.

8. Brewdog''s The End of History

Price: 765 dollars per 330 ml

Alcohol: 55%

At a price of 765 dollars and the fortress at 55 degrees, this is the third strongest and second most expensive beer on the planet. This light Belgian ale was mixed with nettles and juniper berries from the Scottish highlands, and then repeatedly subjected to cold distillation. There are only twelve bottles of this drink, each made from a stuffed animal: seven weasels, four squirrels and one hare.

9. Pabst Blue Ribbon 1844

Price: $ 44 for 720 milliliters

Alcohol: 6 percent

In the US, "Pabst Blue Ribbon" is one of the cheapest Beers you can buy. But in China is the Mercedes of Beers. Chinese price of 44 dollars a bottle in 44 times more American. And the reason for this is that it's not the same beer. "PBR 1844 is made from German caramelized malt, aged in American barrels of raw whiskey, and comes in fancy glass bottles. Master brewer Alan Kornhauser created this ale to compete with expensive wines and brandy. This beer is not sold outside of China.

10. Nail Brewing''s Antarctic Nail Ale

Price: 800-1815 dollars per 500 milliliters

Alcohol content: 10 percent

This pale ale is not made from animals, and for animals. 100 percent of the profits from the sale of this beer, developed by Nail Brewing in Perth, Australia, heading the society for the conservation of marine animals. The society landed his helicopter on an Antarctic iceberg, cut some ice, melted it in Tasmania, and transported it to Perth for brewing. Was done only thirty bottles, and the first one was sold at auction for $ 800.


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