Monday, 24 March 2014 15:33

The Most Dangerous Beer*

Written by  Sean Murphy
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Shipwreck Porter
Brewery: Arcadia
ABV: 12% 

Aged at a constant temperature in abandoned mines in Michigan, Shipwreck Porter is brimming with enough rich cocoa-coffee-hoppy goodness to make you beg for mercy before the mighty beer gods.


Devil Dancer
Brewery: Founders
ABV: 12% 

Founders drops the mic with Devil Dancer. Available in June, the brew brings the fires of hell directly into your mouth with 10 dry-hopped varieties and enough malted complexity to make your socks shrivel and cry. This beer contains more IBUs (international bittering unit) than the national debt contains dollars, and every single drop will annihilate your will to walk home in a straight line.


Double Crooked Tree IPA
Brewery: Dark Horse
ABV: 12%

Dark Horse Brewing recently ran a limited run of its Double Crooked Tree IPA. Why is it double crooked? Because it contains double the ingredients of the regular Crooked, only with the same amount of water. Dark Horse even recommends keeping it in a deep, dark place for a year to allow the caramel and malt flavors to come forward to fill out it’s already insanely full flavor.


*We should probably add something about drinking responsibly. Here it is.

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