[Sca-cooks] OT: beer ad
phlip at 99main.com
Wed May 16 05:34:30 PDT 2007
Well, funny you guys should be mentioning odd beer ingredients ;-)
Just picked this up from Bizarre News:
-------------- Chicago Man Invents Pizza Beer --------------
St. Charles, IL - Leave it to a hometown boy. Chicago sub-
urbanite Tom Seefurth has invented his own, home-brewed
pizza beer. Building on the idea that since pizza and beer
taste so good together they must taste even better in the
same bottle, Tom has created a beer that has real slices
of pizza added, right into the brewing process. Gross? Yes.
Insane? Probably. But somebody other than Tom himself
believes in the idea. For a limited time you can try some
'Mama Mia' beer at Walter Payton's Roundhouse in Aurora.
If it flies there...who knows? And if you can't make it out
to Aurora you can always experiment yourself at home with a
On 5/16/07, Jehan-Yves <jehan.yves at signofthetiger.com> wrote:
> At 06:21 AM 5/16/2007, you wrote:
> >On May 15, 2007, at 1:50 AM, Sharron Albert wrote:
> > > Has anyone else noticed the recent Samuel Adams beer ad, referring to
> > > their Summer Ale, with lemon and that 'traditional' brewing spice,
> > > grains of paradise?
> > >
> > > I'd almost be willing to hunt it down and check it out...and I'm not
> > > much of a beer drinker.
> >Also coriander seed, as I recall. I further recall it's not a bad
> >product for a mass-produced, commercial effort.
> I would second that! I found it to be a quite drinkable product. If
> your ever hard up to get some Grains of Paradise, and are willing to
> pay the price, most homebrew stores do carry them, but they will be expensive.
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