Nice score. Real Grolsch bottles are green, though; so if yours is green, be sure to keep it out of the light.
Most of the bottles of my batches are generic, brown, 500 mL pop-tops, but they're spendy at $2.29/bottle.
A couple 1.5 L or larger swing-top bottles per batch for dinner parties and the like would be awesome.
I may have to see if the LHBS has any of these 2 L swing-tops: http://www.williamsbrewing.com/2_LITER_SWING_TOP_JUGS_-_6_Ac_P1941C49.cfm They're actually the same price per volume as the 500 mL bottles ($9.15/bottle).
Aging for 1 Year: #1 LHBS Standard (Dry) Stout
In bottles: #2 Honing Wit (Belgian Wit Bier w/honey); #3 Be Hoppy, Not Bitter ("Oregon" Pale Ale: APA using Oregon-inspired ingredients and lots of late-addition/dry-hops); #4 American Red-Head (Irish Red made from American ingredients); #5 Student Power Orange Ale (Orange-hued amber ale for a wedding)
On deck: [Thinking about it]