With these prices, you won’t be able to have many of them, but you are going to taste the finest beers ever, that’s for sure!
Beer is one of the most popular beverages in the world. Actually, an average American drinks 8.7 liters of beer per year, according to Alcohol.org, far behind from the 14.4 liters consumed by Belarus, which ranks in the first position on the list.
However, drinking beer can be an expensive habit depending on the brand. Some bottles on this list can cost thousands of dollars, much more than a fancy bottle of wine. But what makes a beer so expensive? Most of the items listed are limited editions and very rare. This exclusiveness makes the value of anything much higher. Keep scrolling and discover the most expensive beers in the world.
1-Sam Adam's Utopia - $200
In 2007 Sam Adam released the luxury beer Utopia that cost $200, but it can cost much more on auction websites. This beer is only released every two years. Beer lovers stay tuned!
2- Schorschbock 57 By Schorschbräu - $275
Schorschbock 57 by Schorschbräu is the most expensive beer produced in Germany and a 375 ml bottle cost $275. described as "everything from smoky and nutty to overpowering and breathtaking," this exclusive beer is considered the strongest one in Germany. It was a limited edition and just 36 bottles were on the market in 2011.
3- Jacobsen Vintage No. 1 - Up To $400
Jacobsen Vintage No 1 held the reputation of being the most expensive beer in the world for a while. This beer is only produced in Denmark and cost at least $364, but the price can go up to $400. It is rare to find a bottle of Jacobsen Vintage No. 1 outside Denmark and that explains the price.
4-Vieille Bon Secours Ale - $862
The Telegraph described the beer's flavor as " citric, caramel, and toffee flavors with an undertone of licorice and aniseed." It’s the most expensive beer you can find in Belgium.
5-Antarctic Nail Ale - $800
Antarctic Nail Ale was another beer that also had the title of the most expensive beer in the world for a while. A bottle could cost $800. It was made from Antarctic ice brought from an expedition in the Southern Ocean. According to Edmond Journal, only 30 bottles of Antarctic Nail Ale were produced. That’s why the price is so high.