Melbourne, Nov 17: Brewers in Scotland have produced a beer with an alcohol content of 65 percent, stronger than vodka, whisky or tequila.
The appropriately named Armageddon is the kind of drink you'd expect someone to make on a dare.
"It certainly gives you a warm glow on a cold day," News.com.au quoted the beer's co-creator, Lewis Shand a saying.
Shand and his friend John McKenzie are the proud owners of Brewmeister Brewery and despite their relative youth - they are both 26 - the two have made beer history.
They said the secret to a good cold one is trial and error.
"Try home-brewing for a year first to get a few good recipes under your belt," Shand said.
"That way you don't make costly mistakes on batches of beer," he said.
Brewmeister's beers come in two lines - local and national. The local beers are traditional Scottish ales and only available in Scotland but the main range is available internationally online.
Which means Aussies can get their hands on a bottle of Armageddon.
If you do find it in your hand, be careful. Don't drink it like you would a schooner at the pub on a Friday night. The key to enjoying it, Shand says, is sipping it like a fine whisky.
That doesn't mean it tastes like a spirit. The recipe consists of only four ingredients, including 100 percent Scottish spring water, and is void of any chemicals.
"Our beers are naturally carbonated and non-filtered which bodes well for your hangover the next day," Shand said.
Shand and McKenzie try to come up with a new concoction every three months. (ANI)