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Finally! If, like me, you've been waiting for breakfast (and lunch and dinner) pastries to be turned into an alcoholic beverage, then I've got great news: the brilliant brewmasters at 21st Amendment (that's the amendment that repealed Prohibition) have made Pop-Tart flavored beer. Fortune magazine reports:
The beer will be released at the opening party for the brewery’s new facility in San Leandro on Aug. 29 – and the flavor is an homage to that facility’s former focus. Long before 21st Amendment moved in, the former Kellogg Co. factory was used to make Frosted Flakes and Pop-Tarts.
After its introduction at the brewery, the beer, which comes in at 7.6% alcohol by volume, will be available in 19.2 oz. cans – a new (and permanent) size for the brewery’s seasonal offerings. Samples aren’t yet available, so I can’t yet testify to the taste (a shame, given my passion for all things Pop-Tart).
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