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Weirdest Beer Flavors

Friday, Jul 15, 2022, 9:47 am

1.Shorts Brewing Company - Key Lime Pie

This speciality beer is made almost the same way as key lime pie. A blend of fresh limes, milk, sugar, marshmallow fluff and graham cracker, brewed with beer, gives his beer a unique flavor like no other. A Gold Medal Winner at the 2010 Great American Beer Festival. Sweet and tart.

2.Shiner - Prickly Pear

With a combintion of Citra and U.S. Golding hops, you get a lager that is bursting with citris and floral flavors and aromas. With a tart flavor, the beer's flavoring comes from the prickly pear, a cactus plant. Shiner's Prickly Pear is only available in the Family Reunion Variety pack.

3.Austin's Craft Pride Brewery - Independence Convict Hill Oatmeal Stout

This isn't your grandmother's oatmeal, that's for sure. Austin Craft Pride Brewery has create the most decadent beer you can imagine. Made with mixed oats, Belgian chocolate, yes I said chocolate, and English roasted barley. Would you eat it for breakfast or save it for dessert? Once a seasonal beer, it is now available year round.

4.Mama Mia - Pizza Beer

Everyone knows that pizza and beer are the perfect marriage of tastes. Well, what if you put them together in one product. Mama Mia, they did it! Mama Mia's Pizza Beer is the savory blend of pizza with the quenching flavor of beer, all in one. Now you can drink your pizza and eat it too.

5.Rogue - Chipolte Ale

Made with roasted chipolte peppers, this beer is spicy with a chile flavor. Rogue's Chipolte Ale is a masterful blend of smokey and malty flavors that is dedicated to Juan de la Cueva, a Spanish author who wrote about seedless chipoltes mingling with beer in a Mexican recipe in 1575.

6.Colorado Odell Brewery - Lugene Chocolate Milk

Got milk? Colorado Odell Brewery sure does. Chocolate milk that is. Their Lugene Chocolate Milk Stout is a blend of milk chocolate, roasted malt, and brewed milk sugar, with a hint of vanilla. It is actually reminiscent of a glass of chocolate milk from your youth with the grown up feeling of beer.

7.Twisted Pine Brewery - Ghost Face Killah Spicy Vegetables

When you mother told you to eat your vegetables, she meant it, so Twisted Pine Brewery made it easy. With a blend of vegetables and hot peppers, it's like drinking a spiked V8 vegetable juice. Those who love spicy foods will love this beer that is quoted as being the hottest beer this side of hell.


8.Wynkoop Brewing Company - Rocky Mountain Oyster Stout

Two great tastes that tastes great together? You got it. Oysters and beer have always been a favorite at any bar, now you've got them together in one great beer by the Wynkoop Brewing Company. The rich stout combined with oysters gives you a beer with nutty notes and a smooth finish.

9.Willoughby - Peanut Butter Cup Coffee

More like a dessert than a beer you might think, but with 5% alcohol you definitely need an ID to drink it. Peanut butter cup alone is decadent enough, but add coffee falvoring and you've got a grown up taste in a beer. Great even for those who are not beer drinkers, but if you are a beer drinker, then this has got to be a fave to cap off the night!


10.Wells - Banana Bread

Wells Young Brewing Company is a British based beer company that offers a beer with the most unlikely of tastes. With sublte hints of banna with lemon and pepper overtones, you get a sweet beer that's great for dessert, but it's also great on its own. If you like a sweet beer, this is it.

11.Dogfish Head Brew - Noble Rot wine flavored beer

Can't decide between wine and beer, how about Delaware's Dogfish Head Bew, Noble Rot's wine flavored beer? Now that's a mouthful, and I bet the beer is too. Fermented sugar from two types of grapes, produces beer with a white wine taste that is tart to the taste. Great with searfood and cheese.


12.Rogue Voodoo Doughnut - Bacon Maple Ale

Bacon in a beer? Hey, why not, but where does the doughnut come in? I bet you'd be willing to give it a try, just to see. With applewood smoked bacon and maple syrup, it does sound like a great beer to have for breakfast, but just to be on the safe side, maybe save it for brunch.


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