Samuel Adams Utopias, one of the strongest and most expensive beers in the world, is back. The 2011 version again clocks in at a whopping 27 percent alcohol by volume. The limited release comes in ceramic, kettle-shaped decanters. The suggested retail price is $150. "Each time we begin the process of crafting our next evolution of Samuel Adams Utopias, we strive to make the new vintage more unique than the last, and the 2011 brew is no exception," Samuel Adams brewer and founder Jim Koch said in a prepared statement. "The brewers and I spent years perfecting it, experimenting with different barrels and aging techniques until we felt it lived up to the long-standing heritage of Samuel Adams Utopias — a quest to push the boundaries of beer. Since I first brewed Samuel Adams Boston Lager in my kitchen, I've made it my life's work to elevate beer and make people rethink the possibilities of what beer can be." Unfortunately, the beer isn't sold in Ohio because of the high alcohol content. To read the full news release, click here.