St. Pete’s Dissent Craft Brewing now has a Tiger King beer

I saw a beer, and the beer saw a man.

click to enlarge SCREENGRAB VIA NETFLIX
Screengrab via Netflix

Finally, a brewery has created beer suitable for Joe Exotic.

Although they “may never financially recover from this,” St. Pete's Dissent Craft Brewing Company announced today that it’s dropping a Berliner beer inspired by the insanely popular Netflix docu-series “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness.”

“While there is no 🐯 in our future...we definitely promise that you’ll love our latest berliner more than the 🍕 at the GW Zoo,” Dissent said in an Instagram post

The brew, which is called “G.D.C.B.,” is a traditional Berliner weisse with blended berry tea and vanilla, says Dissent, which is located at 5518 Haines Rd N. 

If you want to get your paws on a 16-ounce can, which costs $6.50, you’ll have to call the brewery or leave an order online. Naturally, you’ll have to get the beer to-go for now.


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