Brewdog pushes beer boundaries once again

26th July, 2010 by db_staff

Maverick brewer BrewDog has released the world’s priciest and most alcoholic beer ever sold.

The End of History, a limited-edition blond Belgian ale with an abv of 55%, was launched in the UK last week for £500 a bottle and has already sold out.

The beer, which the brewer described as “the end point of our research into how far we can push the boundaries of extreme brewing, the end of beer,” is infused with nettles from the Scottish Highlands as well as fresh juniper berries.

As well as a unique strength and price, the bottles’ packaging is also radically different. Created by a taxidermist using animals from roadkill, the bottles are cased in stuffed animals such….

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No Responses to “Brewdog pushes beer boundaries once again”

  1. Martin Campion says:

    Tut, tut “Drinks Business”! Brew Dog is a Scottish brewer and I very much doubt they recommend enjoying like a fine “whiskey”. Like a fine whisky, perhaps?

    Regards, Martin

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