According to brave taste-testers it is made with a crystal malt, wheat, flaked oats, and 100 percent Scottish spring water (which may or may not come from a whiskey-fed spring). Brewmeister's beermakers freeze-fermented the beverage, which is how they reached the 65 percent ABV. The 330 ml bottle costs a little more than $50 without shipping, and is only available through Brewmeister's website.
According to the site, "despite being 65 percent, the beer has a lot of flavor—malty, hoppy, slightly sweet and lots of yeast still in the beer. Be careful though, smelling it is probably enough to put you over the limit!"
Armageddon is slated to take the title from 2010 Dutch brewer Koelschip who's Start the Future beer was 60 percent ABV.
Brewmeister recommends sharing the little bottle with friends (so it doesn't fall flat) and starting out with an almost-thimble size amount. There is a two-week wait due to demand.