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Retail Locations For the Westvleteren XII Brick

December 3, 2012

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On December 12, 2012 (12.12.12) the Westvleteren XII “Brick” (gift packs) will be available for sale in the US for the first time.  Below is a list of retail locations where these Bricks will be for sale.  Each Brick contains six 33cl bottles of  Westvleteren 12º beer and two special tasting glasses.  This is a special one-time only release.  It might sell out right away on December 12th.  No advance reservations are accepted via this website.  This list is only to help make the search easier for those that wish to purchase a Westvleteren XII Brick.  Suggested Retail Price is $85.00 per Brick.

ALABAMA

Hop City, Birmingham
Piggly Wiggly, Homewood
The Nook, Huntsville

ARIZONA

Total Wine, Gilbert
Total Wine (Arrowhead Gateway), Glendale
Total Wine, Goodyear
Total Wine (Desert Ridge), Phoenix
Total Wine (Camelback Rd), Phoenix
Total Wine, Scottsdale
Total Wine, Tempe
Total Wine (The Corner), Tucson
Total Wine (Park Place Mall), Tucson

CALIFORNIA

Total Wine, Brea
Hi Times Wine Cellar, Costa Mesa
Davis Beer Shoppe, Davis
Holiday Wine Cellar, Escondido
Total Wine, Folsom
Total Wine, Huntington Beach
Total Wine, Laguna Hills
Stearns, Long Beach
Total Wine, Northbridge
Trappist Provisions, Oakland
Bruery Provisions, Orange
Total Wine, Rancho Cuacamonga
Total Wine, Redondo Beach
K&L Wines, Redwood City/Los Angeles
Total Wine, Roseville
Pangaea, Sacramento
Total Wine, Sacramento
Best Damn Bottle Shop, San Diego
Bine & Vine, San Diego
City Beer Store, San Francisco
Healthy Spirits, San Francisco
Ales Unlimited, San Francisco
Total Wine, Tustin
Total Wine, Thousand Oaks
Øl Beercafe, Walnut Creek

COLORADO

Liquor Mart, Boulder
Coaltrain Wine and Spirits, Colorado Springs
Argonaut Liquor, Denver
Wilbur’s Total Beverage, Fort Collins

DELAWARE

Total Wine, Claymont
Total Wine, Milltown

FLORIDA

Total Wine, Boca Raton
Total Wine, Boynton Beach
Total Wine, Clearwater
Total Wine, Fort Lauderdale
Total Wine, Fort Myers
Total Wine, Jasksonville
Total Wine, Miami
Total Wine, North Miami
Total Wine, Naples
Total Wine (Colonial Plaza), Orlando
Total Wine (Millenia Plaza), Orlando
Total Wine, Palm Beach Gardens
Total Wine, Pembroke Pines
Total Wine, Plantation
Total Wine, St. Petersburg
Total Wine, Sarasota
Total Wine, Stuart
Total Wine, Tampa
Total Wine, Village of Wellington

ILLINOIS

Binny’s, Bloomington
Friar Tucks, Bloomington
Binny’s (Downers Grove), Chicago
Binny’s (Marcey), Chicago

INDIANA

Keg Liquors, Clarksville
Crown Liquors, Indianapolis
Village Liquors, West Lafayette

IOWA

Benz Beverage Depot, Cedar Rapids
Royal Mile, Des Moines
Schera’s Algerian American Restaurant, Elkader
John’s Grocery, Iowa City

KENTUCKY

The Party Source, Bellevue (Cincinnati)
Wino’s Depot, Bowling Green
The Beer Trappe, Lexington
Louisville Beer Store, Louisville
Sergio’s World Beers, Louisville
Roof Brothers, Paducah

LOUISIANA

Whole Foods, Baton Rouge
Aquistapace’s Grocery, Covington
Whole Foods (Veterans), Metarie
Stein’s Deli, New Orleans
Whole Foods (Arabella Station), New Orleans

MARYLAND

Corridor Fine Wine, Laurel
Beltway Fine Wine, Towson

MASSACHUSETTS

Craft Beer Cellar, Belmont (Boston)
Provisions, Northampton
Redstone Liquors, Stoneham
Julio’s, Westborough

MINNESOTA

Heritage Liquor, Minneapolis
Andy’s Liquor, Rochester
West Side Liquors, St. Cloud

NEVADA

Total Wine, Henderson
Total Wine, Las Vegas
Total Wine, Reno

NEW YORK

DeCicco’s, Ardsley
DeCicco’s, Brewster
Breukelen Bier Merchants, Brooklyn
Brouwerij Lane, Brooklyn
Beer Street, Brooklyn
Beer Table Pantry, Manhattan
The Cannibal, Manhattan
City Swiggers, Manhattan
Good Beer, Manhattan
New Beer Distributors, Manhattan
Top Hops, Manhattan
Whole Foods Bowery, Manhattan
DeCicco’s, Pelham

NORTH CAROLINA

Total Wine, Cary
Total Wine (Park Towne Village), Charlotte
Total Wine (Grand Promenade Phase II),Charlotte
Total Wine (Promenade on Providence), Charlotte
Total Wine, Durham
Total Wine (Battleground Square), Greensboro
Total Wine (Oakwood Square), Greensboro
Total Wine, Huntersville
Total Wine (Brier Creek), Raleigh
Total Wine (Triangle Plaza), Raleigh
Total Wine (Six Forks Road), Raleigh
Total Wine, Winston-Salem

OHIO

Lizardville, Bedford Heights (Cleveland)
Jungle Jim’s, Cincinnati
Belmont Party Supply, Dayton
Lizardville, Rocky River (Cleveland)
Anderson’s, Maumee (Toledo)
Vintage Estates, Youngstown

OREGON

Corvallis Beer Supply, Corvallis
Market of Choice, Corvallis
Bier Stein, Eugene
Market of Choice, Eugene
16 Tons Beer & Wine, Eugene
Belmont Station, Portland
Beer Monger, Portland
Saraveza, Portland
Hop & Vine, Portland
John’s Market, Portland
Market of Choice, Portland
Market of Choice, West Linn

SOUTH CAROLINA

Total Wine, Charleston
Total Wine, Columbia
Total Wine, Greenville

VERMONT

Hunger Mountain Co-Op, Montpellier
Beverage Warehouse, Winooski (Burlington)

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151 Comments
  1. Murphy The Cat permalink

    The cheapest place to buy Westvleteren is the LCBO in Ontario at around $75.00. Go figure.

    • Andy permalink

      Good luck getting one, we’re only getting 1,400 six packs out of the 163,000

  2. Jaime permalink

    Why is Texas getting left out? We love beer here, especially in Austin. Huge oversight as we have quite a few beer drinkers here.

    • mattdinges permalink

      Hi Jaime,

      It wasn’t an oversight. Obviously, the quantities of this beer are very limited and it couldn’t have gotten to everybody who wanted it, but some states are especially difficult for small breweries. The licensing fees and registration process in order to sell this one beer from the brewery in Texas make it impossible to do. Those rules keep a lot of beers out of your fine state.

      • DavidN permalink

        I live in TX…:(

      • Patricia permalink

        Weak. Tons of Homebrewers in Austin who would appreciate this too. Oh well.

      • John_in_BigD permalink

        We do have some seriously arcane rules here, but there are people working to change that, albeit too late for this event. I have requests out to friends in IL and CA to find me a bottle or two. I’m shipping them each some homebrew this month anyway, so it only seems fair..

      • James permalink

        I have an business that helps companies obtain business licensing nationwide, and from my experience texas is by far and away the most difficult place for alcohol related licensing.

        My only concern is the Missouri: tbd…. Please tell me somewhere near St. Louis! :-)

      • Gary Oldman permalink

        What about Utah? What’s keeping it out of Utah?

    • Gene M. Herrmann permalink

      Damn the bad luck! We love our beer here in San Antonio!!

    • Chris permalink

      Agreed. WTH? I’d love to get one of these!

    • sam permalink

      totally agree a fellow austinite and I want some!!!!!

    • Mike permalink

      Yep, you can thank the TABC for that.

  3. Ken permalink

    Just curious why not New Jersey? Thankfully NY and Del are close enough, but surprised Jersey was not on the list.

    • mattdinges permalink

      Hi Ken,

      Unfortunately, a previous unauthorized import ruled New Jersey out for this special action.

      • JTC permalink

        Yep, no surprise there that Jersey has a “law” against this import…bet ya the politicians will get a case or two though!

  4. Greg permalink

    Never thought i would say this as i try to shop local .. but thank goodness for Total Wine!

  5. scd permalink

    It was released in GA a couple weeks ago.

  6. Wow, I can’t pick it up in OK, and I can’t have my friends in NJ or PA get it for me either.

    • Artie permalink

      You seriously thought one of us subjects of the People’s Republic of Pennsylvania could get any kind of specialty beer or spirit? Hah!

      • haha, i concur with artie on that one… slim pickings here. Too bad I just found out about this, Delaware is sold out

  7. Hi, can anybody clarify the locations in Alabama? Specifically, the listing for “Piggly Wiggly, Homeland” – There doesn’t seem to be a Homeland, AL (Homeland is a OK/KS food store chain). And there are a good number of Piggly Wigglys across AL. I’m considering starting calling their corporate office but thought I’d ask prior!
    Thanks.

  8. brittonharper permalink

    I would like some in Wichita, KS. Thanks.

  9. Gary permalink

    Hi Matt, thanks for the info. Did any of these make it to Washington State? Not on your list…

  10. Zac Maynard permalink

    Missouri is TBD? Any update on this? I’d like to try to find a brick somewhere.

    • Would love to know if this will be available in St. Louis, Missouri!

      • cjc permalink

        no love in STL, it looks like.

  11. Sam permalink

    Interesting to note no DC. The laws here allow anyone to import any beer into the District as long as there is not a pre-existing licensed distributor.

  12. No CT or Wisconsin either? Where’s the love???

  13. Jennifer H permalink

    When and where will you announce the “TBD” Missouri retailer? Thanks in advance!

  14. Jeff permalink

    When will the Missouri locations be published?

  15. Sheila J permalink

    any updates on MO?

  16. Where in Georgia?

  17. jim permalink

    What?! No Washington state? We love beer!

    • viiilx permalink

      Drive to Portland, they don’t drink down there.

      • Chariti permalink

        I hate to burst your bubble viiilx but Portland is known for there microbrews. As a matter of fact Portland is known as americas microbrew capital more then 24 breweries in the city surroundings alone. We love our beer.

  18. Liz permalink

    Aw drats! Nothing in Tennessee. :(

  19. Beer City USA – Grand Rapids, Michigan, not included either. It’s ok though, I know the licensing laws in Michigan are killer to get anything in here. They banned “Raging Bitch” because of the name.

    • fjl permalink

      Asheville, North Carolina IS “Beer City”…a tie with the 3 time winner doesn’t qualify Grand Rapids to claim anything except an honorable mention…

  20. Terec Willson permalink

    Any word on the Missouri/st Louis availability?

  21. Austin Laird permalink

    No Washington :-(

  22. biengwatched permalink

    Not a bad price..considering what a “typical beer” costs at any Pro sports event.

  23. Tim G. permalink

    Is Washington too far away or something? Oregon got some…

  24. john permalink

    do you have to drink it right away? how long can it last in the bottle?

  25. Angry permalink

    Holiday Wine Cellar in Escondido is forcing people to spend $50 at the store to be able to get their beer. Bullshit

  26. CHris permalink

    Why are Pennsylvanias rules so strict? I thought they were getting better as of recent. Are there many taxes/fees or laws preventing this in PA?

  27. Merp! This is why I hate being a beer lover livin’ in Texas =\ It’s outrageously difficult for small breweries to sell here, not unless they want to be committed to selling their beer in Texas for the next 10 years in addition to an entire list of other equally ridiculous requirements.

  28. Us poor Idahoans! Nothing in Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, or Utah. Gah!

  29. no utah? haha i mostly kid. but it is a bummer.

  30. dvirden@rocketmail.com permalink

    Does this beer have flavors that have been unleashed from deep inside the barrel wood? Is it for choir boys? Has anyone else seen this commercial so many times that they will never drink Jim Beam again in their life?

    • I had quit drinking it long before that but it sure solidified the decision as the right choice. Second only to the Dr Pepper 10 Man Diet Drink insanity.

  31. Jesse permalink

    All sold out in Cali by 11:00am. :(
    Stupid work, making me come in before Total Wine opens

  32. Chad permalink

    What?! I can’t get a case in UTAH?!?!

  33. jack permalink

    sold out in indianapolis

  34. Nicole permalink

    If they’d only sell it online they’d make a fortune. Already sold out in So Cal :-(

    • Jesse permalink

      Yeah, I tried three locations on my break. No luck. But hey, you can buy six beers for $200+ on ebay now! lmfao. The internet is great, but sometimes I fucking hate it

  35. satyrwilder permalink

    Sadly, one of the locations that is a half mile from where I work has sold out. It was not meant to be!

  36. Jesse permalink

    The worst part about the fact that it’s sold out, is that lots of them sold at more than double the price on eBay as soon as they began selling out. Douchebags.

  37. Ninjah permalink

    No Washington?!?!
    I guess I’ll have to quench this cottonmouth with St. Bernardus Abt. 12

  38. I don’t see Texas on the list go figure the biggest state in the union and we don’t get one brick

    • akbrewer permalink

      Um… Actually Texas isint the biggest, just fyi

  39. Jason permalink

    The top Beer drinking/producing state in the country is Wisconsin, yet they sell it in Places like Delaware, Vermont, Iowa instead…. Wow

    • R.D. permalink

      Silly, isn’t it. Figured Wisconsin would be on the top of the list!

  40. Ernest Williams permalink

    Also looking for St. Louis. Home of the King of Beers, how could we be left out?

  41. Danyell permalink

    Got mine. Phoenix is pretty much sold out now.

  42. Allison permalink

    Called 5 retailers from the list within an hour and a half drive this morning looking for a brick. Each retailer said they sold out within the first hour. Fastest was first 12 minutes!

  43. dan permalink

    I’ve had it and it’s nothing special. It may be the hardest beer to get but it is far from the best.

  44. vicky permalink

    Wisconsin :(

  45. Gordon permalink

    Thankfully here in South Florida there are a number of Total Wine stores that have it. I got one brick and will drink them on special occasions, like my 41st anniversary this Sunday.

  46. I think that it was quite jerky of the monks to do this. They have created an uber-exclusive, lux beer in order to finance monk cells??!! And they’re anti-materialist, right? What a joke.

    • Nick permalink

      From what I hear this is to give a boost to the Abbey which is in dire need of repair

  47. David Martinez permalink

    Huge letdown for this San Antonian. My ex-spouse accidentally broke a gift pack from the monastery and I was hoping to replace it, guess not. I wish they would do this once a year at least just to let some of us who appreciate it have a chance to savor this wonderful creation.

  48. nosP@m permalink

    no stores in Mississippi or Tennessee. go figure

  49. Rogerk permalink

    What is sad is to see how many of these bricks are up for sale on e-bay, for more than $400 in some cases, , while many of us beer fans can’t get our hands on a brick.

  50. beer lover permalink

    Arrrrrgh! Not sold in Virginia either! Will it be available later?

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