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Avery Just Released Their GABF Cellar Sale List and Good God

Avery Anniversary Bottles
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In case you hadn’t heard, a few weeks ago Avery Brewing Company announced that it would be opening up its cellar to offload a substantial amount of beer they’d been holding on to for some time. The Boulder-based brewery who over the past 24 years grew a reputation for their line of massive, high ABV beers as well as their highly regarded foil top sour series, will now reintroduce a number of those one-off releases back into the wild. This cellar sale is scheduled to take place Friday, October 6 at 11am at Avery to coincide with the week of the Great American Beer Festival.

In recent years those specialty releases have only been made available again at Avery’s lineup of in-house festivals such as Avery Sour Fest, Avery Strong Ale Fest and their Anniversary parties, however this will be the first opportunity for consumers to get a second opportunity to purchase these beers to-go.

The sour beer drinking masses lining up outside Avery to get into SourFest.

Today Avery released that list, and it is a formidable lineup. While the number of cases available for each style and pricing have not yet been released, what we do know is that some vintages date back as early as 2001. More information can be gleaned here, but for now, have a look at this drool-worthy collection:


Beer Name Vintage
Reverend 2001
Reverend 2004
Reverend 2006
Reverend 2010
Czar 2002
Czar 2003
Czar 2006
Czar 2007
Czar 2008
Czar 2009
Czar 2010
Czar 2011
Czar 2012
Czar 2013
Czar 2014
Czar 2015
Collaboration 2007
Collaboration 2008
Collaboration 2009
Collaboration 2010
Collaboration 2011
Collaboration 2012
Collaboration 2014
Collaboration 2015
Salvation 2002
Salvation 2003
Salvation 2004
Salvation 2005
Salvation 2006
Salvation 2007
Salvation 2008
Salvation 2009
Salvation 2010
Salvation 2011
Salvation 2012
Kaiser 2005
Kaiser 2006
Kaiser 2007
Kaiser 2008
Kaiser 2009
Kaiser 2010
Kaiser 2011
Kaiser 2012
Kaiser 2013
Anniversary 2002 – 10
Anniversary 2004 – 12
Anniversary 2005 – 13
Anniversary 2007 – 14
Anniversary 2008 – 15
Anniversary 2010 – 17
Anniversary 2011 – 18
Anniversary 2012 – 19
Anniversary 2015 – 22
Anniversary 2016 – 23
Beast 2004
Beast 2005
Beast 2007
Beast 2008
Beast 2009
Beast 2010
Beast 2011
Beast 2012
Beast 2013
Beast 2014
Beast 2015
Samaels 2005
Samaels 2006
Samaels 2007
Samaels 2008
Samaels 2009
Samaels 2010
Samaels 2011
Samaels 2012
Samaels 2013
Samaels 2014
Samaels 2015
Samaels 2016
Mephistopheles Stout 2006
Mephistopheles Stout 2007
Mephistopheles Stout 2008
Mephistopheles Stout 2009
Mephistopheles Stout 2010
Mephistopheles Stout 2011
Mephistopheles Stout 2012
Mephistopheles Stout 2013
Mephistopheles Stout 2014
Mephistopheles Stout 2015
Rumpkin 2012
Rumpkin 2013
Rumpkin 2014
Rumpkin 2015
Rumpkin 2016
Uncle Jacobs Stout 2013
Uncle Jacobs Stout 2014
Uncle Jacobs Stout 2015
Uncle Jacobs Stout 2016
Uncle Jacobs Stout 2017
Pump[KY]n 2014
Pump[KY]n 2015
Pump[KY]n 2016
Tweak 2014
Tweak 2016
Nuttiest Professor 2017
Islay 2017
Obscuro & Nimbosus 2014
5 Monks 2014
Ross’s’s’s’ Melange 2013
Volunt plus Erat 2013
Insula Multos Collibus 2015
Rufus Corvus 2014
Black Eye 2014
Momi Hiwa 2013
Sui Generis 2009
Thensaurum 2013
Old Perserverance 2016
Depuceleuse 2010
Spontanea 2014
Einzigartig 2014
Tectum et Elix 2015
Vallum 2015
Margarete 2011
Dihos Dactylion 2011
Meretrix 2011
Immitis 2011
Muscat d’Amour 2011
Recolte Sauvage 2011
Odio Equum 2012
Fiel Al Estilo 2015
Expletus 2016
Double D’s 2015
Lunctis Viribus 2016
Callipygian 2016
Certatio Equestris 2016
Xolotl 2016
Scarlata Cucumis 2016
Tequilacerbus 2017
Nox Reposado 2017
Fortuna 2015
Promiscuus 2017
Opuntia 2014
III Dolia 2015
Antonious Carmen 2014

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Comments

  1. Michael Kearns

    Just wish it wasn’t in the middle of the Denver Rare Beer Tasting.

  2. Chris Mendez

    Agreed Michael Kearns. Adam/Family: Can this be pushed to SUNDAY the 8th? After 16 years for some of these bottles, what’s the rush? I’ve been a long time volunteer and supporter of Pints for Prostates and the Brewer’s Health Initiative for many years and for all, please note that Avery Brewing Company, Adam Avery himself and the Avery family have been VERY big supporters of Pints for Prostates and the Denver Rare Beer Tour from its very inception so lest we all get in a huff, if the sale occurs on Friday so let it be. So shall it be. We all will find, trade, share those bottles over time among us geeks in solace. However, I still have to say…

    Why not Sunday!?! Let’s all shake off the dust of GABF week, head to the Temple of Avery on Sunday the 8th as a wonderful cap of the week and recollection of our friends and family in the days that preceeded.

    Any takers?

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