Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey Is Not Exactly A Whiskey As Per Consumers: What’s The Truth?

Is alcohol combined with peanut butter a tasteful combination? At first, you may react to this like, Eww! Just as you may react to the combination of Maggie with Peanut butter. The reason being, tastefulness of alcohol is important, and once a new brand makes your favourite glass of alcohol fattier with peanut butter, you may not like it. However, Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey promises to change your mind. 

In 2018, Steve and Brittney Yang changed the face of the alcohol industry with something that people were both excited to attend to but with a nervous wreck. As Skreball Peanut Butter Whiskey entered the market, first in San Diego, this brand attained both negative and positive fame.

So, what’s the truth behind the success of this unique Whiskey? Does it have to do something with the lawsuit controversies? Let’s find out by uncovering some bizarre as well as common facts about Screwball Peanut Butter Whiskey and connect the dots…

#1: Who truly crafted Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey in the first place?

Not long after the final launch of Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey, two high-end names in the sports and television industry ended up suiting the couple – Steve and Brittany Yang for not sharing the profits behind the idea. It didn’t matter whether Skrewball creation was good enough for consumers or not.

However, within 12 months only, the brand earned itself two lawsuits. According to Steve Yang, the main founder of the drink, the Baseball players David Boomer and Noah Tafolla were trying to build their castle over Steve’s success. They had nothing to do with the crafting of Whiskey at all. 

As far as the story goes, Noah and David alleged that they were promised a margin in the venture. In return, Brittany alleged that Noah Tafolla is a parasitic individual who is using family relations with the couple to profit from their venture. Doesn’t it sound like a TV court drama? 

#2: Steve Yang made Skrewball shots initially in the OB Noodle House

According to the original-alleged launchers of the drink, Steve Yang initially came up with the idea of stirring peanut-butter complemented drinks in the OB Noodle House. In order to experiment with his creation’s success at a small scale, he served a few shots to local consumers who became fanatics after the first sip. 

Since the experiment succeeded, the couple planned to create an official brand out of it. During court proceedings, Noah told the media that two months before the launch of Skrewball Whiskey, Steve had face-to-face confronted her about his request to pitch-in in the building of this venture. As per Noah’s understanding, he was impressed by her relations and approach to celebrities. Thus, a promising success!

In Tafolla’s defence, she also presumed a few emails from Mr Steve calls out to Noah and other partners that they are on board. Indeed, Noah has also helped the couple in creating a marketing strategy for the brand. 

#3: Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey alcohol content made it to another controversy

Believe it or not, but bad fame is still fame, and it is going to profit you, no matter what people say. To prove this theory, the Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey Alcohol content aspect stands corrected. According to the labelling on the bottle, Skrewball Whiskey alcohol percentage is only 35%. Now, if you are an amateur drinker, you may not be willing to point out what’s wrong with that fact? 

But, Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey reviews online made it crystal clear that people are purchasing it just to see what’s wrong with it? And, 35% alcohol content is something the audience is sticking to. As per the consumers’ understanding, Whiskey is strong with a minimum 40% alcohol percentage. For example, Jack Daniel’s or Bourbon. These drinks give you a normal hit. 

On the other hand, the reviews for S.Peanut butter whiskey focus on its unbalanced ABV, which doesn’t make it a whiskey at all. For some, it is just a sweet sharbat. What do you think? 

#4: It is a best-seller from 2019 to 2021

People are calling out Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey “a lucky hunch” for the couple. But, all the unbalanced fame has apparently made this brand a best-seller in the market for two consistent years. Yeung’s hope is also quite high for the 2021 awards. 

In 2020, Skrewball received a nomination for Best New Product 2020 by Market Watch Leaders Award. It was shocking for competitors when this 1-year old Whiskey won the award.

In the Leaders Choice Award, Casamigos won the stature of Spirits Brand of The Year. 

#5: Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey is VEGAN!

Are you a vegetarian? If yes, then it is assumable that your choices of spirits automatically shrink in the local bar. But, thanks to Steve and Brittany, you can now order Whiskey without worrying about the engagement of meat into it. Screwball Peanut Butter Whiskey, as disclosed by Market Watch Leaders, is vegan. 

If you are a non-vegan but still love skrewball peanut butter whiskey recipes, you can add an ounce of black raspberry liqueur and chocolate bitters to craft a homemade cocktail. 

Not only this, but skrewball peanut butter whiskey is the king of cocktails. You can fashion it with marshmallow, Manhattan special chocolate, Jelly, Bourbon Whiskey, or Chambord black raspberry liqueur to match your tastebuds for mix & mash alcohol. 

#6: Unbelievable graph of success in two years

Do you know? Steve Yeng was a refugee from Cambodia. What inspired him to craft alcohol with peanut butter? According to Steve’s inspirational storyline, when he first came to America, he tasted peanut butter. And since then, he wanted to craft a new thing with peanut butter. 

You will be surprised to know that before the success of Skrewball, it was a subject of “laugh” for investors and distributors. However, not today. Today, Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey cocktails sell like a neat bourbon. According to Market Watch Leaders’s research, the brand grew at a rate of 500% within 12 months only. In 2020, the growth uplifted by 1476% approximately. 

If that’s not a dream come true, what is? 

Bottom Line

So, apart from Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey heavily criticising reviews, would you try it? Let us know about your first experience with Skrewball. Bookmark for more spirits you must try in 2021.

Gourav J.

Gourav is the main writer of Alcohol By Volume. He is a wine steward and before starting on writing he has been working as a Food & Drink niche digital marketer for 8 years. He is totally a food and wine person. He is a lover of beaches, boozes, and music!