21st Amendment Pop-Tarts Beer

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Vices

As west coast natives, we’ve long enjoyed the beers produced by our friends at 21st Amendment. The San Francisco-based brewery has unveiled their latest innovation. Inspired by the classic Kellog’s Pop-Tarts, behold the Toaster Pastry India Style Red Ale.

The brand was put on the map for their outside of the box thinking with the beloved Hell or High Watermelon, but crafting a brew that tastes like Pop-Tarts? Now, that’s downright genius. The brewmasters went with a malt that tastes like crust alongside Calypso hops to capture that fruity aroma. The beer clocks in at 7.6% ABV, and will be sold in the brand’s new 19.2 ounce cans. Forget the milk, we can’t think of any better way to wash down those strawberry flavored Pop-Tarts for breakfast.

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