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A Texas Brewery Created Ramen Noodle Beer

2 of our favorite college-era staples get combined, and we're both confused and excited
Where to Get Ramen Beer
Photo: The Collective Brewing Project via Facebook

Nothing brings us back to our less-than-sophisticated college years more than ending a late night with a cup of noodles in one hand and a bottle of beer in the other. But what happens when you combine these two? (No, we're not talking about pouring beer into your noodles.)

Earlier this month, Texas-based brewer The Collective Brewing Project released its latest creation, Cup O' Beer, a cleverly named sour Gose, complete with labeling that's an instantly recognizable tribute to our favorite Styrofoam cups. According to VinePair, the somewhat head-scratching brew is made using 55 pounds of ramen noodles and is available at the brewery's taproom in Fort Worth, with some limited distribution throughout the Lone Star State.

 

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For those curious about how the beer tastes—but not curious enough to travel all the way to Texas—the beer is also flavored with "lime, ginger, lemongrass and seaweed-cured sea salt," with a 500-milliliter bottle costing a reasonable $7.

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