World’s Strongest Beer Packs A Serious Bite

I don’t know about you folks, but nothing spells “Great Tasting Beer” like a liquid that very well could pass for paint-thinner in both taste and toxicity.

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The Huffington Post is reporting there is a new sheriff in town for World’s Strongest Beer: Snake Venom.

Clocking in at 67.5 percent alcohol-by-volume, this marvelous elixir is bound to help you forget that last bad golf shot, horrendous golf round, or your entire week altogether. Just how strong is 67.5 percent ABV? Most whiskeys are between 40 and 50 percent, and we all know how you get when you drink whiskey.

According to the official website:

“Snake Venom is not designed to mask the taste of the alcohol.  The alcohol is very strong but the beer still tastes like a beer rather than a spirit.  It’s hoppy, malty and very pleasant.  Snake Venom is so strong that we have put a warning label on the neck of the bottle warning drinkers to beware.”

Snake Venom, which is brewed with a combination of beer yeast and Champagne yeast, is only available online at the moment and runs $81.00 for a 250ml bottle.


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