Brewery introduces Lucky Charms-flavored beer


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NORFOLK, Va. - Whether you're a fan of the pink hearts, yellow moons, orange stars or green clovers, if you're a beer lover, you'll be cheering the new Lucky Charms beer.

And, yes... it's magically delicious.

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The Smartmouth Brewing Company in Virginia is releasing "Saturday Morning," their new Lucky Charms-themed IPA on March 2.

The beer is brewed with "house toasted marshmallows and cereal marshmallows in the mash, hopped with Galaxy and Calypso, and dry hopped a whole lot more."

It will be available in 16 oz. cans for a limited time.

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itzwolf

I am going to have to try this.

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+jnelsoninjax
Just now, itzwolf said:

I am going to have to try this.

I wouldn't try it simply because I do not like IPA's, but you go ahead and report back and tell us how it tasted!

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patseguin

I'm holding out for Fruit Loops.

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+warwagon

Well that's just a ######## tease, can't even order it online! :D

 

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Astra.Xtreme

Man, the craft beer world is sprinting towards making beer taste like pastries, candy, and fruit juice.  Some are interesting, but this one sounds like it will be terrible.

 

I once homebrewed a blonde ale with Captain Crunch.  It tasted interesting before I fermented it, but post-fermentation it was terrible.  All that crappy sugar and preservatives they throw in cereal did not play nice with yeast.

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techbeck

Tired of IPAs.  Everywhere you go, IPA after IPA after IPA.  I think people think that higher alcohol content, which basically most IPAs are, makes a better beer.  Give me a dark, brown, amber beer any day of the week.

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FloatingFatMan

Call me strange, but I prefer my beer to taste like beer, not cereal...

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timster

Next up, beer that tastes like a pop tart or toaster strudel!

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Just now, timster said:

Next up, beer that tastes like a pop tart or toaster strudel!

No, next up pop tarts or toaster strudel that taste like beer! :D

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DocM

No thanks - prefer a good stout or a local craft brewery's IPA varieties. After those "industrial beer" is  a big yecch.

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Nick H.

At first I thought, "what the?! That sounds terrible!" Then I remembered that my current beer of choice is BrewDog's Punk IPA which is quite a sweet IPA itself. So I guess I'd give this a go, despite never having eaten Lucky Charms and not being in the Virginia.

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