The Strongest Beer Ever Made Was More Potent Than Whiskey
The world's strongest beer ever made was made in 2013 by a Scottish company called Brewmeister. The beer that set the record is called Snake Venom. With an alcohol by volume (ABV), Snake Venom is stronger than more vodkas and whiskeys by a large margin. Compared to other beers, the ABV of Snake Venom isn't even close-the average beer has an ABV of about 4.5%, and Snake Venom measured 67.5% ABV. Even the average ABV for hard liquor doesn't quite stack up: liquor average is about 37% ABV. Just one bottle of Snake Venom beer has the alcohol equivalent of 15 shots of hard liquor.
Key Facts In This Video
Snake Venom, the world's strongest beer as of 2015 , has an alcohol content of 67.5%. (0:00)
A bottle of Snake Venom beer contains the alcohol equivalent of 15 shots. (0:33)
Snake Venom beer is 135 proof. (0:46)