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With so many microbreweries around, companies are trying to find ways to separate themselves from the pack. It has to be done tastefully, but some brewers are using different and somewhat crazy ingredients in an attempt to draw customers their way. Whether they do this from purely a marketing perspective or because they actually taste better with a little Cabernet, veggies, or chilis is up for discussion. All we know is that these five beers are definitely different. Check out the five most outrageous beers after the jump!
We're sure you've already seen fruit in beer. Even things such as coffee and chocolate are more commonplace these days than they were years ago. But what about vegetables in beer? Or chilis in your suds? Some brewers even create ales aged in wine barrels, which take on Cabernet Sauvignon flavors with sour tendencies. Some of these might be excellent, while others could be a complete train wreck. It's up to you to decide.
While most people might be turned off by a fruit inspired or flavored beer, there are actually some high quality brews deserving of a chance. Whether it's orange, blueberry, cherry, or peach, some of the greatest minds in brewing have found ways to make fruit in beer an acceptable concept. Keep an open mind as just because these might contain a smattering of sweet flavors, doesn’t mean they’re girly at all.
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