Friday, February 11, 2011

Sink the Bismark

Not since I played “Battle of the Corral Seas” (let’s just say, this game came about when we found $.50 Shot Glasses at the Class 6) have I been this interested in a “Power Drunk”.

Thanks Glenn for sending, to bad we cannot get it in the States (Yet)

Forty one percent alcohol beer “Sink the Bismark” is now the world’s strongest

Created by Scottish brewery BrewDog, Sink the Bismark is one hell of a beer. For £55, you get a 300mL bottle that would probably put you over the legal BAC limit in one gulp.

Nigel Barker, landlord at the Wellington, told the Birmingham Mail: ‘It has to be drunk in moderation because of its strength but we have sold several bottles.’ The taste for extra-strong beers has seen other brands appear on the market and an off licence close to the pub is selling one which is ‘just’ 32 per cent alcohol and also sells at £55 for a 330ml bottle. The high alcohol content means a 50ml serving would be the equivalent of consuming two glasses of wine. The label warns: ‘This is an extremely strong beer; it should be enjoyed in small servings and with an air of aristocratic nonchalance - in exactly the same manner that you would enjoy a fine whisky, a Frank Zappa album or a visit from a friendly yet anxious ghost.’

When is this going to be available in the US? Ha, yeah right. Get back to drinking your shitty Keystone.

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