This is the world’s most expensive bottle, a luxurious bungalow will be built at the cost of one bottle

People who do not drink alcohol, you must have heard them hitting the line. That line is, “Jis din peeunga, duniya saas sakte likha peeunga”. Well, today we are talking about beer, not wine. Especially the beer which is called the most expensive beer in the world. Its price is so much that in the ...
 

People who do not drink alcohol, you must have heard them hitting the line. That line is, “Jis din peeunga, duniya saas sakte likha peeunga”. Well, today we are talking about beer, not wine. Especially the beer which is called the most expensive beer in the world. Its price is so much that in the cost of one bottle you can build a luxurious house. So today we tell you about the most expensive beer in the world.

How much does the world’s most expensive beer cost?

The world’s most expensive beer costs around $500,000. That is, if it is converted into more rupees, then it reaches around 4.69 crores. Now this question must be arising in your mind that the beer which is available for 200-400 or 1000 rupees, what is there in this beer that people are ready to pay more than 4.5 crore rupees for it.

What is the name of the world’s most expensive beer?

Allsop’s Arctic Ale is the most expensive beer in the world. Just a few months back, a bottle of this beer was sold for $500 million i.e. around Rs 4.69 crore. Now we tell you why this beer costs so much. Actually this beer bottle is not a common bottle, but it is more than 140 years old. It was auctioned at such a high price.

event related to history

This story starts from the year 2007. In fact, in the year 2007, through an online website Ebay, a buyer bought this bottle by paying $304. But when he bought this bottle, he also got an old laminated letter with it. Which was signed by Percy G. Bolster and wrote that he had received this bottle back in 1919. The person who bought the bottle was a history buff and learned that it was the same beer bottle that was made for the polar voyage in 1852. This polar voyage is a voyage undertaken by Sir Edward Belcher in 1852 to search for Sir John Franklin and his crew.

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