EndofHistoryApril Fools’ Day is fun, but we’re going to let your Facebook friends try to trick you with the bad jokes today. We, however, wanted to share some awesome world records related to drinking that almost seem too good to be true. Keep in mind that these records are the ones currently published by the Guinness Book of World Records and there is a chance that some of these records have been broken since being published.


Actually… we lied. We’re going to hide one completely made-up world record among the real records. Comment and let us know which one you think is the joke.


The Strongest Beer Ever Sold: “The End of History,” brewed by BrewDog in Fraserburgh, Scotland. It has an alcohol volume of 55%.


Most Varieties of Rum Commercially Available: Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel has 102 rum varieties commercially available. This was verified in Hong Kong, China on October 29, 2008.


Most Shots of Vodka Taken at the Same Time: 638 people took shots of vodka simultaneously at the Vyugovey Ice Sculpture Festival in Moscow, Russia on January 20, 2012.


Most Expensive Whiskey Sold at Auction: A 64-year-old bottle of Macallan in Lalique, sold at Sotheby’s in New York, New York for $460,000 on November 15, 2010.


Most Beer Bottle Caps Removed With Teeth in 1 Minute: Murali K.C. from India removed 68 beer bottle caps with his teeth in 1 minute on September 17, 2011.


Most People Uncorking Wine Simultaneously: 474 people uncorked wine simultaneously at WineFest No. 18: A Toast to Children’s Health in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 10, 2013.


Most Cocktails Made in One Hour (Team): On July 18, 2012, Matthias Knorr, Elena Barnetzki, Anna Knorr, and Thomas Weinberger made 3,906 cocktails in one hour in Germany. Each individual bartender did not make the same cocktail more than once.


There are some crazy records out there, right? Now that you’ve read them all, which one do you think is the impostor?