5 of the Weirdest Beers Ever Made
Snake Venom, The “World’s Strongest Beer”
For beer-drinkers looking to poison their livers in the most efficient way possible, the Scottish-based hop-heads at Brewmeister have made a 67.5% ABV beer called Snake Venom.
Brewdog’s “The End of History”
“The End of History” was a special, 55% alcohol, limited-edition Belgian blond ale. Only 12 bottles were made and packaged inside taxidermied roadkill.
Space fans can now toast to a beer with an out-of-this-world origin: A new brew was made from yeast that survived a trip to space.
Beer with 99 scorpions
The full name of the beer is “La Jordana del Escorpion en Fuego Hacia la Casa del Chupacabra Muerto,” which roughly translates to “The Path of the Fiery Scorpion through the House of the Dead Chupacabra.”
The beer is a 10.1 percent ABV Mexican imperial lager brewed with agave nectar, serrano peppers and 99 real scorpions. It’s then aged on oak staves from tequila barrels.
Rogue Ales Voodoo Doughnut: Bacon and Maple Beer
This big, bold pink bottle of brown ale is brewed with apple-wood smoked bacon, pure maple syrup and three types of smoked malt to resemble the sugary sweetness of the ring shaped treat.