Sampling some of these high-proof liquors, however, requires a passport. Balkan 176, a 176-proof vodka made in Bulgaria, is sold in more than 20 countries, but not yet in the . That may be a good thing: it comes with 13 warnings (including one in braille) about dangers of drunk driving, alcohol poisoning, and drinking while pregnant. “There’s no product in the liquor trade that has more caveats,” says Dale Sklar, managing director of the liquor’s London -based distributor, Wine & Spirit International . “And the marketing guys will say to me, ‘You know that sells more, don’t you?’”
Feel free to scratch your head for a second. We are in fact talking about a Wrangler-based axle, and it took us a few minutes to put together the fact that this axle is stronger than even the thick-tubed eight-lug Dana 44s found on ’70s F-250s. But after a review of the components list and options found on this axle, we think you’ll agree that this is an axle that could be considered overkill on any JK or even fullsize truck. And this is exactly why we built this one 74 inches wide (almost 10 inches wider than a standard JK housing) and are putting it under a half-ton truck with 37-inch tires. In an upcoming issue, we’ll have an update of how this axle is holding up to some prerunning, trail-running, and rock-crawling use.
At this time last year, the World's Strongest Beer was Armageddon , a 330 mL bottle of malt, hops, a little sweetness, and an awesome 65% ABV crafted by Scottish brewery Brewmeister. This year, the World's New Strongest Beer is Snake Venom, a 275 mL bottle of peat smoked malt, acid malt, chocolate malt, and a slightly even more staggering % ABV. Crafted by...Scottish brewery Brewmeister. Apparently, no one can top their instant liver damagers with beers even approaching potable, so they set about to--and succeeded in--trumping themselves.