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    Default Deep Fried......Beer?

    Not sure how I feel about this, but yet I may have to try it. Link:




    The beer is placed inside a pocket of salty, pretzel-like dough and then dunked in oil at 375 degrees for about 20 seconds, a short enough time for the confection to remain alcoholic.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DougW8 View Post
    Not sure how I feel about this, but yet I may have to try it. Link:
    I saw this on the Food Network a while back. It seemed interesting. They served it with mustard, so I'm cool with that. Then they went of the deep end with the deepfried twinkies, snickers bars, red velvet cupcakes, and yes... deep fried butter. How the **** they deep fried it is beyond me, and who the **** would eat that stuff? I guess if you're in Wisconson and have NOTHING to do, you start to deep fry just about anything.

    sorry for the tangent
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    well, if you can deep fry Coke, then you can deep fry anything.
    I BELIEVE I'll have another beer!

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    So when you fry it, is the beer still liquid? And if so, does hot liquid squirt out when you bite into it? Or is it absorbed into the dough?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Tran View Post
    So when you fry it, is the beer still liquid? And if so, does hot liquid squirt out when you bite into it? Or is it absorbed into the dough?
    It's like a deep fried ravioli with beer in it. And yes, somehow the beer stays liquid. But apparently it's ****ing hot!
    I think I'll just stick with funnel cake.
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    I'll stick to old-fashioned beer with old-fashioned pretzels.

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    Default Deep Fried......Beer?

    I would try it, but I can't see it being that great.

    Now chocolate covered bacon, yum!!!

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