In the world of beer, there is a lot of mainstream craziness going on. There is a non-alcoholic beer from Heineken. Corn syrup battles are being sparked by Bud Light. But if you delve even farther into the world of craft beer, some very bizarre things start to happen. Like the practice of brewing beer using animal testicles or cereal-flavored beers emerging. Here are some of the strangest beers you may discover. If you're daring enough, try one!
1. Evil Twin Brewing Spicy Nachos A huge, heaping plate of hot nachos is exactly how this 5.5 percent ABV pale ale tastes. The contents, according to reviews, are an opaque, foggy golden yellow. It smells strongly of jalapenos and may perhaps contain some mango, but the first taste is overwhelmingly jalapeno-flavored. It sounds like the kind of beer you'll continue to taste for hours after drinking and is both fascinating and overwhelming.
2. BrewDog Tony’s Hopolonely This partnership with Tony's Chocolonely, a well-known Dutch chocolate maker, transforms one of their exquisite chocolate bars into beer! With a rich mouthfeel and a combination of sweetness and slightly fresh fruit, this white chocolate and raspberry IPA earns the name milkshake. The beer tastes like a rich dessert that blends the greatest elements of Tony's and BrewDog. It smells like sweet, slightly sour raspberries with a hint of milk chocolate.
3. Lucky Charms Beer Toasted marshmallows and cereal marshmallows were utilized in the mash at Smartmouth Brewing in Virginia to create this Lucky Charms-inspired IPA. The end product is meant to bring back memories for drinkers of Saturday mornings spent slouching down bowl after bowl of sweet cereal while watching endless cartoons.
4. Hvalur - Whale Testicles Beer Pure Icelandic water and whale testicles that have been smoked in sheep dung are two of nature's finest ingredients combined in Stedji's beer. According to the brewery, the whale testicles help give the brown beer its porter-like flavor, while the sheep crap adds a haze to the beverage. Hvalur is produced during the winter when Icelanders celebrate Thor by consuming special meats and rotten sharks.
5. Bacon and Maple Syrup A Brew Pub from Newport, Oregon, joined forces with Voodoo Doughnuts to create this unusual brew. A number of smoked malts, Applewood-smoked bacon, and maple syrup from "one of Voodoo's trademark doughnuts" are among the 13 ingredients in this creation. The brewer claimed that the brown ale-inspired beverage goes great with pork and doughnuts.
6. Porterhouse Oyster Stout The Porterhouse Brewery in Dublin produces Porterhouse Oyster Stout, a stout with a 5.2 % abv. Given what it is, it pours a pitch-black color that seems a touch menacing, and it smells surprisingly of chocolate with a touch of the Irish Sea. Surprisingly, the flavor is similar to what your nose detects, with a chocolaty, coffee-like beginning and a barely sea-like finish. Unfortunately, if you follow a vegan lifestyle or are allergic to shellfish, you can forget about tasting this beer as real oysters are used in the brewing process.
7. Rainbow Sherbet Sour You embark on an exciting journey through sweet and bitter with Rainbow Sherbet Sour. The combination of raspberry puree, lemon zest, and the kettle sour base creates a strong tang that is expertly countered by a sweet, filling mouthfeel. Best enjoyed with those childhood fruity, tart lace candies!
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