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Meat Beer

A beer with the flavor of a good steak or hamburger.
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You may have eaten at a Steak and Ale. Well, why not have both at the same time? With Meat Beer, you can. Liquify the steak, mix it with the beer, and you'll have dinner in a glass, a beer with the chunky residue of a steak floating to the surface. The varieties will include: Bacon Cheesburger Lager and Hamburger Helper Ale.
dredcat7, Mar 01 2001

Steak and Ale Pie http://www.pierecip...AZ/SteaknAlePie.asp
Is this the combination you were looking for? [Aristotle, Mar 01 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Cock Ale http://www.brewery....cm3/recs/13_23.html
Old and modern recipes. [JKew, Feb 09 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Bullshot http://www.tulleeho...bz/recipe.asp?ID=72
Apparently a mixed drink with beef consomme. [bookworm, Feb 10 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Turkey & Gravy flavored soda http://www.jonessod...m/files/turkey.html
Available briefly in November, 2003 in US. [krelnik, Oct 04 2004]

Fish wine http://today.reuter...D-CHINA-WINE-DC.XML
Those whacky Chinese! Don'tcha love 'em? [angel, Feb 06 2005]

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       I know you're going to think I'm making this up, because I have no reference for it, but in Tudor times (that's 16th century-ish) there used to be something called 'cock ale'. While the ale was fermenting, you had a piece of chicken in the pot with it. No, I don't know why.
IanBennett, Apr 20 2001

       BBQs without the fuss.
thumbwax, Apr 20 2001

       Baked. I have a friend who labeled Guinness as "Pork Chop in a Bottle."
tkeyser, Apr 20 2001

       aw, I thought you'd be making beer from fermented meat. How high does blood sugar content get anyway?
djymm, Apr 21 2001

       Cock Ale link provided.   

       I made a variant of this back in my homebrewing -- and braver -- days; it made a very good, strong, and surprisingly clear ale. No trace of chickeny flavours, although the raisins came through quite strongly.
JKew, Feb 09 2002

       Meat Beer. Let me think about that for just a second. I might be lazy, but who needs BOTH in the same glass?   

       "I'm all hungry AND thirsty, but I can't be going and dirtying up who KNOWS how many glasses and plates. Forks and spoons, too. Hmmm, maybe I'll have a quick Meat Beer."   

       Why not throw a few potatoes in there and have the whole meal in a can? Meat and Potatoes Lager?   

       Urf! I'm about to heave!
hillbilly, Jan 09 2004

       Mad Beer disease.
k_sra, Jan 09 2004

       Only if it's imported from Canada
theircompetitor, Jan 09 2004

       Make soup with beer instead of water, and put it it a can?
my-nep, Feb 06 2005

       There's always carrots in my vomit, even though i never remember eating carrots. Hang on . . I vaguely recall drinking a few of the lamb stew lagers.
benfrost, Feb 07 2005


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