It's a 40-proof beer, so it's served with a touch of caution. At the taproom, you can only get a four-ounce pour, and it costs $12. That might seem high at first blush, but there's a sort of balance of dollars to alcohol intake happening there, Modist's Dan Wellendorf tells Thrillist. Moreover, $12 for a cocktail isn't out of the ordinary. Wellendorf also notes that the brewery plans to continue making brewed spirits, but with Boozehound sitting in barrels for nearly a year, it may be a while before the next entry hits taps.
And here's the inevitable bad news: For now, the drink is only available at the brewery's taproom, Borough, and at Parlour Bar locations in both Minneapolis and St. Paul. There aren't any plans for canning or bottling at the moment, but one can hope that may change at some point.