Vintage Bottle Sale and Gift Wrapping at Beveridge Place Pub This Sunday

December 17th, 2010 · 2 Comments · Events

HOTD Fred Batch #1 photo compliments of Hophead84 on Flickr. Batch #9 was brewed just 8 months after this first batch.

Are you still looking for that perfect gift for the beer geek in your life? Or, maybe you are a beer geek hoping to add something special to your holiday beer lineup? Head over to Beveridge Place Pub in West Seattle this Sunday from 1pm to 5pm for their Vintage Bottle Sale, and you’ll be able to choose from a selection of very special releases from their cellar. A partial list follows, but the highlight for me would be a bottle of Hair of the Dog Fred batch #9, from 1998 (hint, hint…Jeanne:-)). BPP will be donating one dollar from each sale to Furry Faces Foundation to support foster animal care. Members of Furry Faces will also be on hand to wrap your purchases, or if you are a really bad gift wrapper in general you can bring anything in you want and they’ll wrap it for you.

We’ll pull up rare offerings from the cellar from great breweries like

Anchor Our Special Ale ’07 (magnums), Avery Samaels , Dogfish Head Red & White, Full Sail Top Sail Imperial Porter, Hair of the Dog Fred #9 (1998!), Harvieston Ola Dubh 30 Year, Hitachino XH Shochu-aged, North Coast XII Anniversary, Russian River Consecration #1, and more! We’re selling these rarities “to go” at retail prices! The selections will make perfect gifts for the beer geek in your life, even if that beer geek is YOU!

To make you feel even better, BPP will be donating a dollar from each bottle to Furry Faces Foundation to support foster animal care. Furry Faces elves will be on hand to wrap your purchases, or ANY gift you want to bring in!


2 Comments so far ↓

  • Kendall Jones

    This is a great event. Looking forward to picking up a couple bottles of something good and getting those gifts wrapped. The Furry Faces Foundation (F3) are great people – it is a great cause. See y’all there!

  • embalmer dave

    I have magnum of Fred Batch 18 that has been stored in my cellar. Thinking of opening it!

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