My wife Mary Jane’s version has even more ingredients, plus beer!
Apparently, beer sitting in a shipwreck for 170 years tastes about as skunky as you’d expect. Just as the scientists who smelled the funk off of a brew fitting that description in 2010. When they popped one open and took a whiff, the funk rivaled a middle school boys’ locker room.
Beer is a versatile ingredient that can add a unique flavor to grilled foods.
So far I haven’t found a chile-flavored coffee, but there are certainly a growing number of chile-flavored beers, vodkas, and tequilas. I decided to taste-test six bottled chile beers to see if they were just heated-up lagers or whether or not some of them had some respectability. I bought the six beers at Total Wine, which seems to have the largest selection of beers in the city.
This year, the largest motorcycle rally in the world kicks off early with a chili contest at the Buffalo Chip Sturgis. If you’re riding out to the Sturgis motorcycle rally a little early this year and you want a little fire in your belly before the crowd hits max capacity, it’ll be a great chance for you to do just that. Especially if, like me, you love the idea of motorcycles and buffalo chili.
Today Colorado-based Wynkoop Brewing Company will tap the first keg of a brand new and immensely unique beer: Rocky Mountain Oyster Stout, made with bull testicles. You read it right, folks.
ManBQue Meatings look like a hell of a lot of testoterone-charged and alcohol-fueled foodie fun. There might be one in a backyard near you.
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