The 5 strongest beers in the world

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  1. BrewDog, The End of History, 55% ABV – At $780 per bottle this is also considered one of the most expensive beers in the world as well. The beer containing hints of juniper berries, mead, and nettles and is bottled in taxidermied roadkill. The Scottish brewery has a process where they freeze distill the brew multiple times, this helps give the beer the high ABV.


  1. Schorschbräu, Schorschbock 57, 57% ABV – This beer has been described as a harsh shot of booze. It seems to be more of an attempt by the Germans to get the top spot for the strongest beer in the world. The beer has an extremely alcoholic scent to it. I have not tried it myself but from the reviews it is almost like drinking jet fuel.


  1. Koelschip, Start the Future, 60% ABV – Koelschip decided to try and step their game up after seeing success with their Obilix brew. When this was first brewed it was the strongest beer in the world. Start the Future was made in retaliation to BrewDog’s End of History beer. Again this beer is supposed to taste like shit, more like rubbing alcohol than an actual beer.


  1. Brewmeister, Armageddon, 65% ABV – Finally a beer that someone could actually enjoy on this list, well other than BrewDog’s that is. This beer at 65% was brewed by another Scottish brewery, who oddly enough seem to be able to brew drinkable high ABV beers. in 2012 Brewmeisters decided they wanted to participate in the world’s strongest beer competition, and they knocked it out of the park. Brewed with only the finest ingredients like crystal malt, wheat, flaked oats, and 100% Scottish spring water.


  1. Brewmeister, Snake Bite, 67.5% ABV – The brewers at Brewmeister were not satisfied with just being number one on the list. They came out with Snake Bite a year after their Armageddon beer topped the list of strongest beers. This one again brought good reviews for such a strong beer. Snake Bite has some complex flavor like hops and citrus notes to it, but in the end it tastes like a hard alcohol. You are able to buy 9 oz bottles of this online for around 80 dollars a pop.


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