Denver’s Falling Rock Tap House is selling off vintage bottles of beer it has collected over the years to generate revenue to stay in business.
“What we’ve sold so far will give us at least six more weeks of life and if we can sell the whole collection off, that’ll probably give us closer to four or five months where we can hopefully survive through this thing,” owner Chris Black told Denver’s FOX31 News.
They have sold off 500 bottles since last Tuesday
One beer, a 750ml bottle of a collaboration blended sour beer made in 2008 by The Lost Abbey Brewing Company called “Isabelle Proximus” sold for $400. Other notable beers in the collection include imperial stouts, barrel aged sours and barley wines from Great Divide, Avery, Firestone Walker, Russian River as well as notable beers from England and Belgium.
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