The Acme Fresh Market on Bailey Road in Cuyahoga Falls is going high-alcohol. At least for Friday. The grocer will feature all high-alcohol beers on its draft system during a special beer tasting from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The event will include a rare beer for Northeast Ohio: Mt. Carmel Brewing Co.'s Squirrel Bite Imperial Brown Ale, which is 9 percent alcohol. The beer — available only on draft — is part of the Cincinnati-area brewer's Snapshot Series and isn't distributed in this area. "Nowhere else is going to have that," said Jon Albrecht, beer buyer for the grocery chain. "It's fun to bring that to our customers." The other beers are Avery Maharaja Imperial India Pale Ale, Green Flash Imperial IPA, Sierra Nevada Bigfoot, Scaldis Noel and Thirsty Dog 12 Dogs of Christmas. Acme also plans to open one of the limited-edition bottles of the barrel-aged 12 Dogs to taste. People will be permitted to taste any four of the beers. The cost is 50 cents per sample (75 cents for the Scaldis Noel).