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The beer milkshake

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There's arguably nothing better in the world than a refreshing pint of cold beer. Which is why we're always a tad suspicious about a new beer-velopment that threatens to subvert our good old favourite.

With no further ado, here is the beer milkshake. Yes, you read that right.

Over in the US, the Red Robin burger chain have launched the bizarre creation which combines Samuel Adams special Oktoberfest draft with soft ice cream, vanilla and caramel.

It's to celebrate Oktoberfest and to desecrate memories of both beer and milkshakes.

It will sell for $5 (£3.13).

Would you drink it?

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