Top 10 unusual beer flavours

From avocado to watermelon and from bacon to banana bread, some brewers are really pushing the boundaries in the beer flavours they are offering.

beer glassesWe have previously looked at some of the most unusual ingredients in beer, but this time we’re focused on the flavours that have been created.

As matching beer with food becomes more popular, the wide range of beer flavours on offer becomes more relevant. And some of these beers have shown that brewers are looking at the influence of food in their beers, not just with their beers.

Click through the following pages to see some of the unusual beer flavours now on offer.

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  1. NoDa Brewing in Charlotte NC brewed Hot Pistol – a chocolate raspberry habanero stout that is getting rave reviews all over the North Carolina. Hot and sweet with a little burn on the end to make you realize what you were in for!

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