I sometimes indulge in what's referred to variously as "Russian stout" or "Imperial stout" and have been known to dabble in the weird ales of Belgium. They're pricey but worth it. But a sixty dollar bottle of beer had a) better be ale; and b) better be good. As this beer is a lager, it is automatically suspect, and probably evil.
It's not as though you can pass it on to your children. While a late lamented American brewer of the best cheap beer on the planet is right that freshness matters for most beers, even the highest alcohol content ales can't stand more than about five years of aging.