The blithering idiot sector of the snob class of beer git has now been confirmed as a market to which one can...market:
Carlsberg A/S ads say it's "probably the best beer in the world." At $400 a bottle, it's now the most expensive. The brewer, Scandinavia's biggest, introduced a beer today that costs 2,008 Danish kroner ($396.47), the price being based on the year of its introduction. The Vintage No. 1 brew will be sold at three Copenhagen restaurants, including Noma, a holder of two Michelin stars and the world's 15th-best restaurant in 2007..."Probably" - good use of the word. But, as the word also conveys, could well not be. At all. But you will only learn that after you put down your credit card.
Please expect that the only characteristic that sets this beer apart is exclusionary pricing. And please also do you part of beer-based class warfare: if anyone tells you this stuff is worth 15% of the price, kick them in the shins. With pointy shoes. Then laugh at them. Or just laugh at them (and point) if you are into non-violent ridicule.