Danish brewer Carlsberg has released what may just be the most expensive bottle of beer ever created. A bottle of Carlsberg’s Vintage No. 2 will run you $352 here in America. So what do you get for three-and-a-half bills? For starters, you get a beer that has been aged in a crypt-like cellar since 1847. That’s 162 years of aging. You also get a beer with exclusivity: only 600 bottles have been created. The beer is described as a Baltic porter at ABV 8.7 percent. It is jet-black in color, with hints of vanilla and mocha and an espresso-like foam. Perhaps you’d like to buy a bottle, but would consider saving it for a special occasion? No problem. The beer carries an expiration date of 2059. By that time, the beer will have “reached more sweetness and reduced its bitterness and smokiness,” according to Carlsberg. You can try to buy a bottle online at www.carlsberg.dk, but it would help to understand Danish, or Flemish, or whatever-ish they speak over there. At any rate, the beer is said to go well with oysters, shellfish and cheese. That is, if you can afford to buy any food after you drop $352 on a bottle of beer.