Strongest beer in UK starts furore among alcohol concern groups This really wound me up for some reason. Yeah it's strong but it's premium priced, a limited edition run and (knowing Brewdog's other products) likely not to appeal to "get wrecked quick" types because it'll be bursting with flavours. Yet nanny state alcohol watch groups have jumped on it as irresponsible. FFS it's £10 a 330ml bottle - two bottles would be the rough equivalent (alcohol) of a bottle of wine. Which, when you can get a drinkable bottle of wine for anything upwards of £3 in a supermarket what's the big deal? I know plenty of people who'll drink a bottle of wine at a sitting and though it's not the healthiest thing to do they're still not alcoholics. Fuckin nanny state namby pamby twats are just getting their knickers in a knot about nothing. The liver destructors are going to continue to buy cheap cider at £2 for 2 litres, or bottles of vodka for a fiver and find themselves in the emergency room. And this lot are jumping down the throat of a small craft brewer selling a premium product to a few people who would be minded to buy it. Target the real problem people. It ain't this stuff.