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Ben & Jerry's beer is about to become a real thing


Remember that time when you were sat in your local pub and you thought to yourself, 'you know what would make this delicious pint of lager even more delicious? If it tasted like Salted Caramel Brownie icecream...'

No? Us neither but apparently some head honcho over at Ben Jerry's has and in response to this preposterous thought it looks like it's about to become a reality.

Teaming up with Colorado booze wizards, New Belgium Brewing the Vermont ice cream brand are set to release the sickly 6.3% brew later this year. Whether or not the whole thing will catch on as a serious drink remains to be seen but let's not knock it until we've tried it, right?

[Via: Brewbound.com]



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