The next Session: Novelty Beers

I nearly missed this the first time around, since the October Session was announced in August, but next month’s Session is being hosted by Tiffany Adamowski over at 99 Pours, and the topic she’s selected is “Novelty Beers“:

With the onslaught of even weirder beards…erm…beers…than before, I can’t help but wonder if novelty beers are going too far. Or maybe not far enough? LOL! As a merchant of beer, I can see the place for novelty beers, as I am choosing for some customers who say, “I want the strangest beer you have.” We’ve even seen some novelty beers in our top-sellers. But beer traditionalists sometimes frown on these new and bizarre concoctions. And I can’t help but wonder if Martyn Cornell will participate, sharing bizarre but notable historic brews.

What novelty beer comes to mind when you think: Is this beer just to strange to stay around? Why in the world would they choose ingredients most beer drinkers have never heard of …what the heck is a qatar fruit? If it’s okay for beer to taste like tea or coffee, why not pizza? If wild yeasts are allowed to ferment beer, then why not beard yeast? If oysters, why not bacon? If pumpkin’s good enough for pie, why not beer? Since hops are flowers, why not brew with actual flowers?

The Session takes place on the first Friday of October, which is the 5th. Everyone and anyone is welcome to participate, just write a blog post with this topic in mind and leave a comment sharing your link on the original post. And start thinking of novelties in your beer!

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