For those American less than thrilled with the idea of a Trump presidency, Dock Street Brewery would like to pour you a cold one.
The Philadelphia-based craft brewhouse is entering the world of politics with the release of Short-Fingered Stout, described as "a bitter and delusional stout with an airy, light-colored head atop a so-so body." The beer is the first in a series of releases under the brewpub's new "Friends Don't Let Friends Vote Drumpf" banner.
"Beer has always, throughout history, been a key ingredient in the recipe for revolutionary ideas," the brewery states on its site.
The name Short-Fingered Stout is a nod to a February segment from "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" in which the comedian revealed that Donald Trump is sensitive about the size of his hands. Oliver also kicked off the viral "Drumpf" moniker after discovering that Trump's ancestors had previously used it as a surname.
According to Dock Street, Short-Fingered Stout is more bark than bite and comes in at a "somewhat conservative" 4.5 percent ABV. The brewpub plans to release follow-up brews throughout the election cycle, encouraging guests to "debate, discuss, and toast to free speech and democracy."