BrewDog Black Eyed King IMP

Jan 29, 2016

Category: Vices

BrewDog’s newest brew, the Black Eyed King IMP, has taken the crown as the world’s strongest canned ale, bringing in an ABV of 12.7%.

The Scottish craft brewery’s new brew is a Vienamese coffee imperial stout that is aged in bourbon casks, and then aged again with vanilla pods and artisanal coffee beans. This creates a wonderfully complex stout filled with tastes of sweet vanilla, molasses, bitter chocolate, and of course, espresso. It’s a dark brew that is as black as a moonless night, and its unforgettable flavor will tuck you in at night, providing you with sweet dreams of swimming in a river of mocha. Best of all? It can be ordered through the brewery’s online store, for a whopping $14 per can. [Purchase]

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