The brewers at Brew Dog are thinking about opening up a new brewery and want you to buy this insanely rare craft beer to help. Of course with a price tag of $20,000 you also get an equity share in the company.
Budweiser and Miller don’t have anything on these guys.
Brew Dog’s Craft Beer “The End Of History” Could Mean The End Of Your Pocket Book If You Ever Want To Try It
Craft beer geniuses at Brew Dog first created their 55% ABV monster back in 2010 and only produced a 12 pack. In order to give what might be the rarest craft beer on Earth a unique bottling, they teamed up with a taxidermist known as ‘Simon the Stuffa‘ to produce these awesome bottles.
Getting an equitable share in the company might make this beer worth it to eager investors.
“We’ve definitely seen a boost in the number of Equity Punk shareholders coming on board since we announced that the first beer we will be brewing in our US brewery will be The End of History. Craft beer lovers in America have shown that they want to join us on the crazy ride that lies ahead. We wouldn’t have a US brewery without our investors, and we want to celebrate by giving them access to something extra exclusive that you just can’t get your hands on any other way.” – Brew Dog Founder James Watt
“Everything about this beer is different to anything you’re used to,” says Watt. “It’s convention-disrupting and limitless. It’s designed to make you think differently about what’s in your glass. I mean, it’s packaged in a squirrel!”
According to the brewery’s homepage:
This 55% beer should be drank in small servings whilst exuding an endearing pseudo vigilance and reverence for Mr. Stoat. This is to be enjoyed with a weather eye on the horizon for inflatable alcohol industry Nazis, judgemental washed up neo-prohibitionists or any grandiloquent, ostentatious foxes.
Unless you feel like forking over the twenty grand, a tasting note from James Watt will simply have to do.
The craft beer is allegedly a Belgian style ale that’s brewed with juniper berries and nettles. Watt says the craft beer carries a presence of candied fruit as well as marmalade with an underlying peppery note.
We will just have to take his word for it. Even the gurus at Beer Advocate haven’t gotten their hands on it yet.