Burts Guinness Flavored Potato Chips

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

Beer and potato chips were practically made for one another. With that being said, it should come as no surprise that the folks at the British chip brand Burts have fused the booze we love with the classic potato chip creating Guinness flavored potato chips.

The hops, the barley, all the bitter sweetness you love from the world’s most famous stout. Off the wall flavored chips have become commonplace in the past few years, but this could take the cake. In addition to the basic Guinness chips, the brand is also releasing a Rich Beef Chili version. It’s worth noting that these contain no alcohol (unfortunately) so you’ll still need the actual beer if you’re looking to drown your sorrows. The chips are currently available at select retail outlets including a 20-pack through Amazon. [Purchase]

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