Kevin Brennan Writes About What It's Like
Spreadable beer. That’s right. Spreadable beer.
Ummm … no. See, there are two critical factors about beer that would be absent in a spreadable version. First, there is the cold factor. Yes, I’m sure that spreadable beer could be refrigerated and, therefore, be cold. But that cold just is not the same as the cold of a well-chilled bottle of beer. Or a pint of the nectar in a glass. So, no. And second, carbonation. Yes, beer is cold and carbonated. Without either of those present, it aint beer.
You are so right, sir. This is a big bowl of wrong!
I’ve got a bottle of Innis & Gunn here. Their beer is amazing, but I’m not sure about this stuff.
It sounds like it happened accidentally. Hey, you got beer in my marmalade!
I know of a recipe for Bacon, Onion and Whiskey Jam. To make one cup, it requires half a pound of bacon and half a cup of Canadian or Bourbon whiskey (plus other stuff). Supposed to be great with cheese and on steaks. I haven’t tried it, but admit it sounds intriguing. But of course whiskey has no fizz and isn’t always served cold, so I think this stuff might work better than the beer concoction.
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