A Scottish brewery claims to have come up with the world's strongest beer, with its Snake Venom boasting of an ABV of 67.5 percent.
The experts have confirmed that Brewmeister's 'Snake Venom' carries a warning on the neck of the bottle and is produced using two different yeast strains - ale and champagne - and is freeze-concentrated to boost its alcohol content, the Daily Star reported.
Boozers have been warned to not guzzle the drink, but savour it and take sips.
Lewis Shand, managing director of Brewmeister, said that Snake Venom is not like other beers and they would not recommend drinking a whole bottle in one go.
The tipple, produced in Scotland at Keith, Banffshire, is being sold through the company's website for 50 euros.