Top 5 Beer Flavors Guaranteed To Make You Puke
When I got in this morning I heard from our sister station Big Frog 104 that January 24th happens to be Beer Can Appreciation Day. Beer legend has it that back on this day in 1935, Krueger Cream Ale became the first beer sold in cans. The beer market has changed so much since those days. Now a days you can find some pretty outrageous flavored beers out on the market. Some of these “unique beers” will most likely make you sick to your stomach. So in honor of Beer Can Appreciation Day, here's the Top 5 Beer Flavors Guaranteed To Make You Puke.
Peanut Butter Beer
Growing up you loved the taste of a peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Why not take that taste along as an adult? Because it'll make you puke all over your rug. Some flavors are better left out of beer, and peanut butter is defiantly one of them.
Every man just foamed in the mouth a little after leading this headline. Two great loves: bacon, and beer. However, not every great love should be added together in an alcoholic beverage. You can add bacon to almost everything, except beer.
Maybe you love smoke-dried jalapenos in your salad. Or, maybe you sleep with a bottle of Tabasco sauce every night. Chili Beer may sound like a good idea to wash nachos down with, but could you honestly drink this with anything else? Imagine drinking this with spaghetti, or meat loaf. It isn't happening.
The first thing I thought of when I saw this was “What about pepperoni and sausage? Is this going to float in the beer?”. The answer is simply no. Mamma Mia Pizza Beer is put into a mash and it's steeped like a tea bag. It's a debris free beer. But do pizza sauce and beer really mix well? You be the judge I guess.
For some reason Stouts have long been paired with oysters, though never really brewed with them. Harpoon 100 Barrel Series Island Creek Oyster Stout does just that. Now, I'm allergic to shell fish, but even if I wasn't, I'm afraid I'd puke either way with this beer.