Charles Antin is Specialist Head of Sale, Associate Vice President and auctioneer in the Christie’s Wine Department, New York. His essays and other writings have appeared in Food & Wine, the New York Times and the Philadelphia Inquirer. His fiction has appeared in numerous publications including The Virginia Quarterly Review, The Gettysburg Review, The Michigan Quarterly Review, Alimentum, Fugue, Unstuck and Glimmer Train, where he won the award for short fiction. He holds an MFA in creative writing from New York University.
How Beer Went from Frat House to Auction House
Beer has long been seen as the everyman's beverage. But in recent years, the rise of collectible, limited-edition bottlings has created a new luxury market. Charles Antin on beer's unlikely…
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