What is the most beer you've ever owned at one time

Discussion in 'Cellaring / Aging Beer' started by gillagorilla, Jun 13, 2013.

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  1. Lutter

    Lutter Initiate (0) Jun 30, 2010 Texas

    My wife's name is Katherine. The One They Call Zoe is the name of the beer. It's a hoppy lager. It was a big hit with everyone from out of town... easy drinkin'. One of my faves.
  2. gillagorilla

    gillagorilla Meyvn (1,250) Feb 27, 2013 Maryland
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    That is 586,738.826 L, 155,000 gal., or 19,680,000 fl. oz., which equals 1,640,000 bottles worth of beer. Something is off here.
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  3. gillagorilla

    gillagorilla Meyvn (1,250) Feb 27, 2013 Maryland
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    Well, there was a recent thread asking for Wedding named/related beers, so it would be convenient if your wife was named Zoe.
  4. EricDu

    EricDu Initiate (0) Apr 1, 2013 New Hampshire

    I wouldn't call it luck, I'd call it...well luck I guess so what?

    I can say the same about your avatar. Strage Brew. What a classic.
  5. Lutter

    Lutter Initiate (0) Jun 30, 2010 Texas

    She was spoiled enough that day. :wink: And she got to pick the wine!
  6. strangebrew321

    strangebrew321 Disciple (313) Feb 18, 2009 Indiana
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    Yes sir the check is in the mail.

    Ol' Jack always says....... what the hell :wink:
  7. bwalcottayers

    bwalcottayers Initiate (8) Jul 17, 2010 Oregon

    Between cornys and bottles probably 300-350. It always goes a little faster than expected and wanted though.
  8. DrDemento456

    DrDemento456 Poo-Bah (3,326) May 15, 2009 Pennsylvania

    Must have been one hell of a week!
  9. Lutter

    Lutter Initiate (0) Jun 30, 2010 Texas

    Pfft... more like a day!

    Admittedly, they didn't make a big dent in the ol' cellar. :wink:
  10. bayareahustla

    bayareahustla Aspirant (206) Jul 13, 2012 California
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    infinity X infinity
  11. moshea

    moshea Devotee (426) Jul 16, 2007 Michigan
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    Which app do you use?
  12. mychalg9

    mychalg9 Champion (847) Apr 8, 2010 Illinois
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    I dont really have a "cellar" but I do have "overstock" shelves in my basement. The most I've ever had was probably 7-8 cases of mixed bottles, right now I probably have 5 cases or so. Only about 20 bottles in my makeshift "cellar", which is just another box in the basement.
  13. dbrauneis

    dbrauneis Site Editor (6,092) Dec 8, 2007 North Carolina
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    The most I've had is around 150 different beers aging in the cellar - currently around 35.
  14. mikecharley

    mikecharley Devotee (402) Nov 6, 2008 Pennsylvania
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    Currently there are 110 bottles down there. The max was probably around 250, but I drank that down in an attempt to reduce. I try to keep it around 100, and am working towards a mostly lambic cellar ( I believe that 35 or so of those 110 are lambic currently).
  15. Thehuntmaster

    Thehuntmaster Initiate (0) Sep 2, 2009 South Africa

    What about infinity! ^ infinity! ^ infinity!

    The ! denotes factorial :stuck_out_tongue: (for example 6! = 6x5x4x3x2x1)

    To answer the OP's question, I drink beers almost as fast as they arrive. My most is probably when two large boxes arrive at the same time. +- 40 bottles.
  16. RichardMNixon

    RichardMNixon Zealot (515) Jun 24, 2012 Pennsylvania
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    Two mini-fridges full, a little more trickling into the food fridge, 3 cases of cellarables, and ~3 cases of homebrew is the biggest my stash got. I've drank it down to about half of that thus far.
  17. TheSevenDuffs

    TheSevenDuffs Poo-Bah (3,011) Jan 20, 2010 Ontario (Canada)
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    About 600 bottles in my cellar and I need to shrink that...
  18. Stugotzo

    Stugotzo Initiate (0) Jun 13, 2012 Florida

    Probably right now. About 80 750ml bottles (mostly Belgians, and 5 Hunahpu and half a dozen other CCB 750s)), Probably about 60 4/6 packs (half Belgians [St. Bernardus, Duvel, Chimay, Scaldis, Delirium], half Imperial Stouts).
  19. keithmurray

    keithmurray Meyvn (1,112) Oct 7, 2009 Connecticut

    about 70 bottles. I definetly buy more than I am able to drink. it's just that anytime I see something I can't buy in my area, I have to get it, even if not for immediate consumption.
  20. SpongeRuiner

    SpongeRuiner Initiate (0) Nov 27, 2012 Michigan
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    I "liked" this post just so I could "unlike" it.
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  21. deekyn

    deekyn Initiate (0) Dec 20, 2011 California
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    I have about 60-100 bombers but am now a trading addict so it fluxes. The problem is that there's so many good beers I need to try.
  22. jimctin

    jimctin Initiate (0) Jun 11, 2009 Ontario (Canada)

    I am right around 600. I plan on having cellar cleaning party this summer.
  23. pcsnyder

    pcsnyder Initiate (0) May 2, 2011 Pennsylvania

    I have ~75 various bottles and 4-5gal. kegs of homebrew.
  24. Whatup14

    Whatup14 Crusader (795) Apr 16, 2013 Quebec (Canada)
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    Around 90 bottles, currently at about 75.
  25. ridglens

    ridglens Initiate (0) Jan 10, 2010 Indiana

    on a beer run in college, i think i had about 18 cases of Iron City Light longnecks (i think they were on sale, 24 for like $6 or something) in my truck at once. it was terrible and yet simultaneously awesome.

    Sitting on about 160 bottles in the cellar right now, that fluctuates with things like Bruery orders, BCBS/KBS releases, DLD, etc... probably been up to 250 when there were a bunch of 12 ozers
  26. Hanzo

    Hanzo Initiate (0) Feb 27, 2012 Virginia

    I had a Mexican themed pool part a few years back, want to say around 8 cases of beer was purchased for that, most I've ever had on hand.
  27. Brewtull

    Brewtull Initiate (0) Apr 29, 2008 California

    353. I have a convenience store refrigerator in my garage that hold most of my cellar.
  28. Bad_Trader

    Bad_Trader Initiate (0) Nov 8, 2012 Namibia

    Not sure what the most I ever had at one time was, but I'm currently around 3-4,000 bottles. It's certainly not the highest nor lowest the count has been.
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  29. omniscientcause

    omniscientcause Initiate (0) Jun 4, 2010 District of Columbia

    Someone doesnt watch enough tv.
  30. Thehuntmaster

    Thehuntmaster Initiate (0) Sep 2, 2009 South Africa

    Nope, I can't afford TV as I spend all my money on beer :/
  31. omniscientcause

    omniscientcause Initiate (0) Jun 4, 2010 District of Columbia

    While I wont get into the semantics about how cheap getting a tv and free basic networks is, I'll say both my comment and the one you quoted, were quotes from an At&t commercial. The commercial is one of probably 8 or so which depicts a focus group with little kids asking them questions and the kids giving hilarious answers.
  32. Gassygunslinger

    Gassygunslinger Initiate (23) Dec 20, 2012 Maine

    Half a case of Guinness Foreign Extra Stout, an Allagash Black, an Allagash White, a six-er of Cadillac Mountain, 12 bombers of my god-awful first attempt at brewing an Irish dry stout, 30 bombers of my better attempt at brewing a dry stout, and 20 bombers of a decent attempt at a Russian Imperial Stout. All totalled, about 12 gallons of sweet, sweet intoxication.
  33. Thehuntmaster

    Thehuntmaster Initiate (0) Sep 2, 2009 South Africa

    Yeah I live in Africa... Free TV is turd and you need to get satellite and its bloody expensive!

    But now your comment makes more sense :stuck_out_tongue:
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  34. Stugotzo

    Stugotzo Initiate (0) Jun 13, 2012 Florida

    Would you rather be a slow TV watcher, or a fast TV watcher? :wink:
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  35. pmoney

    pmoney Crusader (709) Apr 15, 2011 Illinois
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    I'm right around 225 currently, including 750s, bombers, 12 oz, etc. I'd say the most I've been at was about 250.
  36. BrettHead

    BrettHead Devotee (478) Sep 18, 2010 Nebraska

    I'm guessing (because I have no excel file/list lol) I have 300+ 750's and 22's and another 100+ 12's.

    And I do drink 2+ a week, I'm just buying more than that :grinning:
  37. mrw1zard

    mrw1zard Initiate (0) Apr 5, 2013 Alabama
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    Most was about 100, down to about 35 at the moment, but have some trades that are coming in soon too!
    Drink and share more than I cellar.
  38. omniscientcause

    omniscientcause Initiate (0) Jun 4, 2010 District of Columbia

    Didnt see the south africa...make more sense now. :slight_smile:
  39. nawset

    nawset Initiate (148) Mar 19, 2011 New Hampshire

    My real-time, excel-based, cellar list states 307 at time of posting.

    Correction: 314 - forgot to log yesterday's HF haul.
  40. HighWine

    HighWine Initiate (146) Dec 11, 2010 Illinois
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    I'm at about 250 and am trying to get it under 200 (and eventually down to 50). My friend and I have a bet on whether or not I can break 200 with my bottles before he does with his weight!

    For the most part mine are all single bottles of different beers. I get "trade locked" a lot because I don't want to trade a bottle I haven't tried yet...so I go to the store to buy tradables (ending up with others, too) and further perpetuate my problem.

    I should call off this bet because I'm pretty certain my friend will lose 40 lbs before I net down 40 btls!

    EDIT: I realize that I shouldn't trade until I drink what I have.
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