New beer is world's strongest - at 41%!

A CONTROVERSIAL brewery claimed today to have snatched the world's strongest beer title from its German rivals - with a 41% volume ale.

A CONTROVERSIAL brewery claimed today to have snatched the world's strongest beer title from its German rivals - with a 41% volume ale.

Scottish firm BrewDog said its new creation, named Sink The Bismarck! “takes beer to a whole new level”.

The launch of the record-strength IPA comes weeks after German brewer Schorschbrau appeared to take the strongest beer title with its 40% strength Schorschbock.

BrewDog, of Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, said its newly-unveiled Sink The Bismarck! costs �40 for a 330ml bottle and will only be sold via its website.


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The company said the beer, which is stronger than whisky and vodka, should be consumed in spirit-sized measures.

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