The New World's Strongest Beer (Is 67.5% Alcohol)

October 29, 2015


This is Snake Venom from Brewmeister. It's a 67.5% alcohol beer. It also costs £50 (~$80) for a 9-ounce bottle, so it's probably not the most cost effective choice for getting drunk. Which is why I'm gonna stick to drinking hand sanitizer and mouthwash. Please nobody actually drink hand sanitizer or mouthwash. I wouldn't be able to live with myself knowing there are Geekologie readers out there so stupid.

This unique beer is made with a plethora of malts including peat smoked malt, acid malt and chocolate malt. It is fermented using two types of yeast - ale yeast and champagne yeast in order to deliver a higher alcohol content. It is then painstakingly freeze concentrated.

Tasting notes: Dark brown in colour with a nose of alcohol, whisky and hops.

There's a warning on the bottle that says you shouldn't drink anymore than 35ml (~1 ounce) in a sitting, which seems like a little overkill. I guess they just have to say that to cover their own ass. To cover my ass? Right now it's a dirty bath towel but I may slip into some sweatpants or athletic shorts later. "You're disgusting." I am the monster that monsters are afraid of.

Note: Article originally published October 2013, but it's going back around the internet again because the internet, like my roommate, is drunk and should be whipped in the ass with a wet towel.

Thanks to TBTMH, who agrees there's no purpose for a 67.5% alcohol beer when liquor already exists. Cheers to that.

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