The makers of Snake Venom warn that even the heaviest of boozers should not drink a whole bottle in one go.
Lab tests have confirmed the super strength of Brewmeister’s bevvy, made in a bid to beat mega-beers from rival firms such as Brewdog and German microbrewery Schorschbrau.
The tipple, which carries a warning on the neck of the bottle, is produced using two different yeast strains – ale and champagne – and is freeze-concentrated to boost its alcohol content.
Experts say it should not be guzzled, but savoured and sipped. Lewis Shand, above, managing director of Brewmeister, said: “Snake Venom is not like other beers. We would not recommend drinking a whole bottle in one go.
“It should be savoured in small measures in a similar way to a fine whisky or brandy.”
Trading standards experts confirmed the whopping 67.5% strength of the beer after laboratory tests.
“We are delighted that they have confirmed what we have known all along, that Snake Venom is the world’s strongest beer,” said a proud Mr Shand yesterday.
The tipple, produced in Scotland at Keith, Banffshire, is being sold through the company’s website for £50 a go.
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