A small brewery in Pennsylvania has it created an anti-Trump beer in an effort to add to the sentiments against the Republican frontrunner Donald Trump.
Dock Street Brewery said the stout is the first beer in the anti-Trump series. A bottle of the "Short Fingered Stout" has a label featuring a mock image of Trump and a slogan reading: "Friends Don't Let Friends Vote Drumpf."
Brewery officials said to NBC they used the name Drumpf after Comedy Central host John Oliver encouraged its use as part of his criticism of Trump and called the beer a "short-fingered stout" making a reference to the size of Trump's hands, a hot topic during a recent debate, NBC reported.
"We described it as a bitter and delusional stout with an airy, light-haired head atop a so-so body. Don't worry, its bark is worse than its bite. This big baby comes in a somewhat conservative 4.5%," said Marilyn Candeloro, an official at Dock Street Brewing Company.
Trump has made headlines for supporting a temporary ban on Muslims entering the United States and controversial statements about immigrants and women.
Real estate billionaire Donald Trump's coarse rhetoric has won him some fans, but there's also the rise in anti-Trump sentiment among various groups of voters that could pose a problem for the New York billionaire in his quest for the White House.
Nationwide, Reuters polling conducted on March 22 showed Trump with a commanding lead among Republicans at 44.6 percent. By comparison, 26.9 percent said they supported Cruz and 19.8 percent supported Ohio Governor John Kasich.
The U.S. presidential election is on Nov. 8.