BrewDog at it again

7th September, 2011 by Alan Lodge

Scottish brewer BrewDog has once again pushed the boundaries of good taste by launching a beer served through a taxidermy bar tap.

At 28% abv, Ghost Deer – served from a bespoke bar tap made from a real stag’s head – is the world’s strongest fermented beer.

The independent brewery has aged the artisanal golden Belgian ale in six different oak casks and have released it in order to “smash UK perceptions of beer”.

Ghost Deer will be available exclusively in the BrewDog Edinburgh bar for £9.99 per glass for one month only. Just 200 litres of the beer have been produced.

BrewDog co-founder James Watt said: “Ghost deer is designed to fuse craft beer, art and taxidermy.

“This is a revolution in brewing and in beer dispense. The….

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