Though you might mistake these two cans of 1936 Felinfoel pale pale ale for 5W30 motor oil, they might just be the most expensive beers ever sold. And they weren’t exactly carefully stored but rather kept on a desk, so their condition is quite remarkable (the flavor, probably not so much). They brought in about $2,819 at Chiswick Auctions in London on September 19, 2019, by none other than Felinfoel Brewery’s managing director Philip Lewis. Not only were they kept in the same family for generations, but the beers were also the first beers canned outside the U.S. Now, we’re off to find the world’s oldest peanuts that would be the perfect match for them.

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Unzip your coat and have some mulled wine on the house—you’ve arrived at your final gifting destination: The Holiday Gift Guide. It’s like your friendly neighborhood one-stop holiday shop, except instead of balsa wood ornaments, ours is packed with thoughtful gifts for everyone on your list. Future heirlooms, small-but-significant stocking stuffers, and gear for getting out there (or staying in)—are all right here. There’s no music playing in the background though, so you’ll just have to hum Bing Crosby while you click around instead.

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