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A while ago, we covered some of the weirdest beer flavors out there. But, quite frankly, there are many more extra-unique beers for you to check out. From extra sweet to extra sour, let’s explore them together! A Peanut Butter and Biscuit Stout Coming in first for this week’s list of unconventional brews from around the world is this dark stout hailing from Manchester. Said to be a combination of one of the co-owner’s favorite snacks, the 7 Brothers brewery combined the salty peanut butter flavor with the crumbling sugary texture of a Jaffa Cake, a popular chocolate glazed biscuit usually paired with coffee or tea. At 7% alcohol, this creamy brew is a sweet but deadly dessert beer thatRead more.

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In Bohemian brewing, the shining star moments that distinguish the Czech Republic as a global trendsetter in beer were born during a time not so long ago. The 19th century introduced new brewing techniques, refined tools, and the light lager. These combined to give us the products that built the Czech pride of beer that exists today. And for brewers and consumers alike, entering the 20th century seemed to be as promising as for a reader flipping the page to an exciting new chapter. Except, the story waiting on the other side doesn’t consist of a Fairytale, but rather a grim twist belonging to Game of Thrones that would plummet the heartline of brewing over the next 100 years onRead more.

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There are good beers, bad beers, and…weird beers. So weird that we bet you might’ve never even heard of them. Let’s dive straight into the weirdest beers out there! The Maple-Bacon Flavored Porter The first (but definitely not the last) non-vegetarian-friendly flavor on this list of wacky beers is a Maple-Bacon Flavored Porter, hailing from the Funky Buddha Brewery. Surprisingly, Bacon isn’t as rare of a beer flavor in the brewing world, as smokey brews are able to mimic the smells of bacon (thus giving you that sizzling, mouth-watering taste through a lil’ sensory trickery called Olfaction) and thus making it a widely accessible craft brew. This specific California-based brewery makes a sweetish blend meant to pair the caramel tonesRead more.