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Fireball Is Selling Kegs Containing 115 Shots Of Whisky

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Fireball Is Selling Kegs Containing 115 Shots Of Whisky

If the only thing you like more than whisky is vast amounts of whisky, then look no further.

Fireball is selling kegs of the stuff - yes, kegs.

The FireKeg contains 5.25 litres of whisky, which is the equivalent of 115 shots.

That's one way to spice up the party. Credit: Fireball
That's one way to spice up the party. Credit: Fireball
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It goes without saying then that this bad boy is for sharing, hence it has three spouts, so you and two pals can load up at the same time.

The whisky kegs will start rolling out across the US this month and will be available for a limited time only, with a recommended retail price of $75 (£54).

Rebecca Henry - vice president of marketing at Fireball - told Delish: "Fireball fans always know how to ignite the party and keep it going.

"The limited-edition FireKeg will amp it up in a way only Fireball can.

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"Fireball Friday, Tailgating, any occasion really - grab one while they're hot. Just remember to ignite responsibly."

Oh yeah, sell us massive kegs of whisky while simultaneously telling us to drink responsibly - good one, Rebecca.

In all seriousness though, do share guys.

Three knobs, so it's perfect for sharing. Credit: Fireball
Three knobs, so it's perfect for sharing. Credit: Fireball
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Meanwhile in the UK, if you wanna wake up with a much clearer head than the FireKeg crew, then you might want to get on the alcohol-free Guinness.

Guinness 0.0 was initially launched in a limited number of supermarkets in October last year but recalled after production tests identified the possible contamination of some batches.

Following an investigation, the firm identified a process failure and said it has since put in place additional measures and controls throughout the production process.

According to Guinness, the alcohol-free version boasts the same smooth taste, flavour and unique dark colour that Guinness is known for.

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Perfect if ya fancy Guinness for breakfast. Credit: Guinness
Perfect if ya fancy Guinness for breakfast. Credit: Guinness

This might be because the brewers start by brewing Guinness 0.0 in the same way they always have.

The alcohol is then removed through a cold filtration process that ensures the iconic, much-loved character of Guinness is maintained and nothing is compromised.

Neil Shah, Head of Guinness GB, said: "We are incredibly pleased to have Guinness 0.0 back on shelves and in pubs and have put in place additional quality assurance measures to make sure this really is the best alcohol-free Guinness possible.

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"So, even if you choose not to drink an alcoholic drink, you can still enjoy an iconic pint of Guinness without the alcohol.

"We firmly believe we have created a taste experience truly unrivalled in the world of alcohol-free beer and can't wait for people to try it."

Featured Image Credit: Fireball Whisky

Topics: Food, Drink, Booze, US News, Alcohol

Jake Massey
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