In 2009 we visited the Musee des Bieres Belges, in Lustin. Very interesting musty little place, with a great set of taps. They had a lot of older bottles for sale, with stupid cheap prices. They worked off of a price chart, volume vs. ABV . It didn't matter what the beer or brewery was, or the age, just look up the price. I snagged a 1998 bottle of Rodenbach Alexander for 2 euros. We got happily loaded while we were there (had a bus to drive us home).
« Last Edit: February 09, 2012, 08:41:10 AM by SiameseMoose »
I named my brewery after my cat, Moose. He's Siamese.
Primary: Belgian IPA
Kellerbier (to be cask conditioned for Memorial Day)
Secondary: 3 different batches of Flanders Red, Lambic, Alt
Kegs: 18, but not all in use
Next up: American Wheat with pear concentrate