55% ABV: BrewDog The End of History

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Savvy1982
beers 1706 º places 70 º 09:42 Wed 7/21/2010

Originally posted by NobleSquirrel
Originally posted by BrianDorry55
Theyre really turning this ABV race into a cheap gimmick. No thanks.


Since when was the "ABV race" ever not a cheap gimmick?


This.

 
GT
beers 10001 º places 672 º 09:48 Wed 7/21/2010

Will it really go under "blonde ale"?

 
502Che
beers 999 º places 47 º 09:57 Wed 7/21/2010

the whole "taxidermy" line makes me think this is a hoax... especially when it comes after the notes that BD has been criticized for its pricing and extreme-alcohol-content ventures (especially given the title of the article... which highlights both of these things).

 
502Che
beers 999 º places 47 º 10:00 Wed 7/21/2010

Originally posted by tarheels86
Will it really go under "blonde ale"?


quad imperial mild

 
cgarvieuk
beers 32140 º places 453 º 10:04 Wed 7/21/2010

Originally posted by 502Flavors
the whole "taxidermy" line makes me think this is a hoax... especially when it comes after the notes that BD has been criticized for its pricing and extreme-alcohol-content ventures (especially given the title of the article... which highlights both of these things).


well every news article in the UK about brewdog says
BD has been criticized for its extreme-alcohol-content ventures

and i would not put it past them. They know how to get there pound of publicity. There marketing is second to no other company i can think of beer or otherwise.

Luckily they have a product to go with it.

 
vacax
10:07 Wed 7/21/2010

News article appears not to exist anymore.

 
Phischy
beers 1 º places 57 º 10:54 Wed 7/21/2010

Originally posted by cgarvieuk
Originally posted by 502Flavors
the whole "taxidermy" line makes me think this is a hoax... especially when it comes after the notes that BD has been criticized for its pricing and extreme-alcohol-content ventures (especially given the title of the article... which highlights both of these things).


well every news article in the UK about brewdog says
BD has been criticized for its extreme-alcohol-content ventures

and i would not put it past them. They know how to get there pound of publicity. There marketing is second to no other company i can think of beer or otherwise.

Luckily they have a product to go with it.




Except the ’product’ is an undrinkable mess.

 
ChristianSA
beers 368 º places 21 º 10:55 Wed 7/21/2010

Originally posted by ChristianScheffel
"Each bottle of The End of History was handmade by a taxidermist using animals which died of natural causes."

Having a bottle of beer shoved up your @$$ is natural?
OK, in Scotland maybe it is?


Well, there are something with the scottish and their sheep?

However, it is a hoax...

--Christian

 
cgarvieuk
beers 32140 º places 453 º 10:57 Wed 7/21/2010

Originally posted by Phischy
Originally posted by cgarvieuk
Originally posted by 502Flavors
the whole "taxidermy" line makes me think this is a hoax... especially when it comes after the notes that BD has been criticized for its pricing and extreme-alcohol-content ventures (especially given the title of the article... which highlights both of these things).


well every news article in the UK about brewdog says
BD has been criticized for its extreme-alcohol-content ventures

and i would not put it past them. They know how to get there pound of publicity. There marketing is second to no other company i can think of beer or otherwise.

Luckily they have a product to go with it.




Except the ’product’ is an undrinkable mess.


well that one will be something else, and i dont like everthing they did. but i was well impressed with the Bismark, unlike all the other high ABv beers ive had, this was clearly beer based. you could get all the hop character of it. Still very hot. but very drinkable and very unique

 
cgarvieuk
beers 32140 º places 453 º 10:58 Wed 7/21/2010

Originally posted by Myrup
Scots brewery releases world’s strongest and most expensive beer (stv)



and just out of noseyness what you doing hanging out on STV web site