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PRODUCT REVIEW: Drink With Lucifer

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A while back I was on the search for some odd horror and Halloween items. I was looking for something specifically “off the beaten path", and I came across these beautiful glasses emboldened with the name of the shining one himself. The Lucifer snifter glass is a companion to the Belgian ale of the same name.

Now I'm not much of a beer guy as I prefer my booze a bit stronger, but I have had a few beers in my life. Thus I was familiar with the fact that many beers had horror themed, and some might say even sacrilegious names, such as Dixie Blackened Voodoo, Arrogant Bastard Ale (complete with an arrogant demon on the bottle), and the Ale of the Living Dead. However, I was never informed that Lord Lucifer was blessed with his own ale as well as a beautiful glass emblazoned with his name.

Now how cool would it be at your Halloween party to serve your guests in a Lucifer glass? Especially with a horror themed alcohol like one of those mentioned above? The glass weighs about a pound and a half and holds a quarter of a liter of your favorite potion (though Lucifer might get a bit peeved if you don’t try his Belgian strong pale ale in it at least once).

While the actual Lucifer Pale Ale, as far as I could find, isn't available in the states, the glass is a bit easier to get. You can find the Lucifer snifter glass online from several retailers, including Amazon. The price usually runs just under $15. I have mine ordered in time for Halloween, how about you?

Posted by Alan Smithee

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