The boys at Flapjack Brewery teamed up with Wee Man from TV’s Jackass on a new beer, which it the taps just a few short hours ago.
For those unfamiliar with Wee Heavy, here is the definition from beerandbrewing.com:
Wee Heavy is a complex, strong beer originating in Scotland and characterized by substantial malt-influenced flavors. Wee heavy remains one of Scotland’s definitive beers and the style has gained a worldwide following. This strong ale is traditionally served in small (“wee”) measures, although this owes more to an alcohol strength that can range from 5.5% to 9.0% ABV rather than any alleged Scottish canniness with money and portions. And, confusingly, “heavy” in Scottish ale terms can refer to any beer between 3.5% and 4.0% ABV, which equates roughly with the relatively light “ordinary bitter,” that of most English ales.
Flapjack’s brew was scotch oak chips, truly giving it a unique flavor.
For those unfamiliar with Wee Man, his real name is Jason Acuña and became known through his work on MTV’s show Jackass.
Jason collaborated with Flapjack to develop this beer.