Product Launch - UK: BrewDog's Sink the Bismarck!

By | 16 February 2010

The latest concoction from the world of BrewDog

The latest concoction from the world of BrewDog

Sink the Bismarck! from BrewDog, thought to be the world's strongest beer.

Category - Beer, craft beer, 42% abv

Available - Now

Location - From BrewDog website only.

Price - GBP40 (US$62.7) per 330ml bottle

"A beer like Sink the Bismarck! should be enjoyed in spirit sized measures," said BrewDog co-founder James Watt.

The beer is an off-shoot of the group's 32% abv beer, Tactical Nuclear Penguin - which was frozen in vats four times to raise alcohol content and intensify flavours.

 

 

Sectors: Beer & cider

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Product Launch - UK: BrewDog's Sink the Bismarck!

There are currently 2 comments on this article

Quote:Sad How silly can you get?! It is no wonder there is a storm brewing in the UK that may lead to a new "Prohibition Era" like they had in the USA in the 30s...the industry should try to put irresponsable outfits like this BrewDog
company in canine quarentine!


You sir, are an idiot! I am assuming you are looking a the Uk from a distance with no real understanding? Thought so. Brewdog is one of the most responsible breweries around in the UK, with the few bars they have educating their consumers. This beer, much like their wonderful Tactical Nuclear Penguin is sold in shot size measures, you know, those little glasses used for spirits? Why, because it is spirit strenght. Your logic would place spirits vendors in same, "irresponsible outfit". Oh well there goes the Scottish Whisky trade! The only problem with British drinking is we do too much of it, a 41% beer that costs £40/$80 + a 330ml bottle is hardly damaging. Prohibition again? dont be an idiot.

 

JClark said at 5:20 pm, March 5, 2012

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