Buy a Bottle of Beer That Survived The Hindenburg Disaster

Buy a Bottle of Beer That Survived The Hindenburg Disaster

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You think getting your hands on some Sam Adams Utopias is pricey, check out this bottle of Lowenbrau. Of course, it’s not just your average bottle from the German brewery, this guy is one of six unopened bottles that somehow survived the Hindenburg disaster. The bottle is headed to auction this week and is expected to fetch a cool $9000 or so. The bottles were originally found by an NJ firefighter who gave the other five to his friends and coworkers and kept one for himself which was passed on through his family. And yes, it probably tastes like shit.

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The flask, by nature, is a clandestine item. It slips in and out of interior suit pockets on the sly. Why not bring an added dose of covertness to the whole ordeal with this All Black ZYX Flask. The stainless steel flask sports a mysterious motif that’s supported by the alphabet being curiously printed in reverse on the front. Each All Black ZYX Flask holds 6 ounces of the good stuff. If an MI6 agent were to take a swig on the job, we like to imagine this would be his flask of choice.

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