10 of the world’s most expensive beers

2. The End of History, BrewDog, Scotland – £500 ($832), 33oml

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BrewDog’s third entry in our top 10 of expensive beers is thanks the Scottish brewery’s 2010 release of its 55% End of History beer which came encased in a taxidermy squirrel or stoat.

Only 11 bottles of this blond Belgian ale, named after a book by philosopher Francis Fukuyama, were produced. It was made using nettles from the Scottish Highlands and fresh juniper berries and was said at the time to be BrewDog’s last high abv beer.

6 Responses to “10 of the world’s most expensive beers”

  1. scroll says:

    Would be good except not scrolling 10 pages. Single page Lauren

    • Dave (R.A.T.S.) says:

      Must agree with that … it’s a right pain in the @rse clicking on each page … ONE page please guys ???

  2. George says:

    Had 4 of them so far – but didn’t buy any of them – all but one Brew Dog compliments of a tour they did wearing Pengiun constumes. List is not accurate however as it includes vintage beers and there are several much more expensive, find a bottle of Allsops Arctic and you will probably find the most expensive, Bass Radcliff and Kings Ale are also readily findable and both wellover $100 each

  3. kris says:

    I couldn’t finish the article, made it to Space Beer and gave up… Its a real pain in the ass to have to click next after reading a paragraph of text and wait for the whole page to load again….. With such short commentary and a simple picture, you really should have put it all on one page. Seriously, what the hell! I would have loved to complete reading the article- I bet most of your readers did the same.

  4. Luke Lodge says:

    Just tried a Cornish Smuggler, amazing beer but it set me back $450 for a 550ml bottle. well worth it though 🙂

  5. Jp says:

    Of course they have to put them on 10 pages. That way they can say to their clients they have 10x more site viewings than they really do.

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