Keith Brewery laughs when you say a beer like Bell's Two Hearted goes to your head because of its 7% ABV. The Scottish brewer is the purveyor behind Brewmeister's Snake Venom, which they say is "officially the world's strongest beer."
Snake Venom -- no actual venom involved -- has an ABV of 67.5%. That's more than you'll find in the vast majority of liquors. Vodka and whiskey come in around 40%.
Snake Venom is an English barleywine that's too alcoholic to be carbonated like pretty much every other beer on the planet. "The alcohol content is too great," a spokesperson told Thrillist. "The liquid is too dense and therefore it cannot hold the bubbles in the same way a standard beer can."