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A close friend has a cache of Thomas Hardy Ale that her now-deceased husband collected in the '80s and '90s. She wants to get rid of it. Here's her description of what she has:

Four-packs in their carrier:

1986

87

88 88 88

89

90 90 90

91

92 92

94 94 94

95

Two Silver Anniversary 1993 three-packs, in special silver packaging.

4 larger bottles (ll.15 oz each) 1996

Any suggestions?

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A close friend has a cache of Thomas Hardy Ale that her now-deceased husband collected in the '80s and '90s. She wants to get rid of it. Here's her description of what she has:

Four-packs in their carrier:

1986

87

88 88 88

89

90 90 90

91

92 92

94 94 94

95

Two Silver Anniversary 1993 three-packs, in special silver packaging.

4 larger bottles (ll.15 oz each) 1996

Any suggestions?

This sounds a little bit like Antiques Road Show, but depending their condition and how much effort she wants to put into this, she could probably get over $2,000.00 for these things. Take a look at e-bay. Right now there is a single bottle of 1986 with a bid of $49.99 and 19 hours left in the auction. Check out ratebeer.com or beeradvocate.com and go on their boards. People definitely want those beers and will pay for them. Churchkey though is probably a good idea too, especially if she does not want to get involved with e-bay and strangers on the internet.

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