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March 23, 2016

Philly brewery launches beer series mocking Donald Trump

First in 'don't vote Drumpf' series will be 'Short-Fingered Stout'

It's no Trump vodka, that's for sure.

Philadelphia's Dock Street Brewery is launching a new series of beers with a Donald theme to show their "disdain" for the man leading the pack to become the Republican Party's presidential nominee. 

The company announced Tuesday that it will be creating the new brews to "extend a little nod of solidarity to our friends, fans and neighbors that also believe the country deserves better representation -- on a national and international platform – in the race to be Commander in Chief."

The brewery is calling the series "Friends Don't Let Friends Vote Drumpf," with "Drumpf" referring to comedian John Oliver's attempt at rebranding the candidate.

First up in the series is the "Short-Fingered Stout," a name that lampoons the alleged size of Trump's hands — a topic that's plagued the businessman in the past and has resurfaced on the campaign trail.

The brewery describes the stout as a bitter and delusional stout with an airy, light-colored head atop a so-so body. Don't worry, its bark is worse than its bite; this big baby comes in at a somewhat conservative 4.5 percent ABV.

A release date for the first beer has yet to be announced. The brewery says all will be invited to an event when it is; everyone, that is, except "Drumpf."