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World’s Strongest beer: Snake Venom

Cheers fellas!, We have something really interesting today and that is World’s Strongest Beer. Yes! Beer is a casual drink nowadays, u drink and drink and drink and then you get high. With a normal alcohol consumption of 7% to 8%, we drink it more like a refreshing drink. But do you know there is a King among the queen of beers with a massive alcohol content in it that will put your drinking spirit to test? Any guesses? It’s called Snake Venom, consider the name seriously you can relate it to this. This is The World’s strongest beer Snake Venom.

Brewmeister’s Snake Venom has an insane alcohol content of 67.5%
Scottish brewery Brewmeister released Snake Venom, which they describe as “the world’s strongest beer.” It boasts an impressive 67.5% ABV (alcohol by volume), which is very high considering beers are typically under ten percent. Just last year Brewmeister created the Armageddon, their previous strongest beer, which contained 65% ABV. Snake Venom is available to purchase online and ships internationally from The Real Ale Company.

Brewmeister Brewery’s new beer, the £50 per bottle ‘Snake Venom’, which at 67.5 % is the strongest in the world and comes with a warning. It is the second time in a year Brewmeister, based in Keith, Moray,has broken the record for world’s strongest beer. See Northscot story ‘STRONGEST BEER” 23/10/2013

Snake Venom contains special ingredients to achieve such a high volume of alcohol including smoked peat malt and two types of yeast: beer yeast andchampagne yeast.

Unlike Armageddon, 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. Beware!

If downed in a go, Venom can actually shred the whole of your larynx and hurt other vital organs as well.

With an INSANE 67.5% alcohol level which is very, very close to the absinthe levels of alcohol, surprisingly, it costs only $80 a pop, Cheaper than other brews with less ABV.

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