This, ladies and gentlemen, is the strongest beer in the world: Schorschbock 43 by Schorschbräu, a brewery in a little town called Gunzenhausen in Franconia, Germany. It’s basically just around the corner from where I live, so maybe I should check it out, try this beer and then tell you how I liked it! LOL.
It’s alcohol content is 43 %! WOW! As you can see, over the past few years, Schorschbräu has managed to win the award for world’s strongest beer a couple of times. And they broke their own record every single time.
So…some of you may or may not have noticed that me & few friends are in the process of starting a microbrew company! We call it:
The favor I’m asking is…if you have facebook or twitter, I have created pages for both mediums, so I’d greatly appreciate if you all would stop by one of the pages & either “like” or “follow” us! Or both if you’re feeling extra cool :-)
Yum!! My favorite!
— Fresh lime juice, about an ounce, or one lime’s worth. I like to save the squeezed half-hull to cap the drink, to incorporate the aromatics of the oil into it as well.
— Maggi Seasoning
— Salsa picante (bottled hot sauce)
— Worcestershire sauce
— Soy sauce
— 1-3 ounces tomato juice
— Beer, 12 ounces.
Jacob drinking Dharma Beer.
Ok, I’m officially on Team Jacob now.
HELL YEAH P.S. Dharma Beer is actually Hawaiian punch
Coors Light has been doing LOST-ish commercials. Their biggest mistake was not doing an official promotion and printing limited edition Dharma cans!
Is there an episode called “drunk in the weaving room” I’d watch that.
A Japanese firm is producing a limited run of beer made from barley which spent time on the International Space Station. From The Japan Times:
The brewer will receive orders for the Sapporo Space Barley beer via the Internet until Dec. 24, making 250 six-packs, holding 330-ml bottles, available at a price of ¥10,000 each, Sapporo said Thursday, adding the product will be delivered to customers in late January. Proceeds will be used for the promotion of science education.
The original barley seeds were stored for five months in the Russian module of the International Space Station.
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