Potlicker Beer Jelly

Sep 5, 2014

Category: Food

Having beer for breakfast gets you into a 12-step program. But having beer jelly for breakfast, well, that gets you unimaginable levels of craft beer cred.

Created by the fertile imaginations and skilled hands of Vermont’s Walter and Nancy Warner, Beer Jelly is simply the traditional ingredients of beer (hops, malt and yeast) rendered down into jellies. The taste is said to be sort of a malty sweetness combined with the hop profiles of the beer styles used. There’s the floral and spicy notes in the IPA and Black IPA, the smoky-sweet flavor found in the Porter, and the earthy goodness in the Oatmeal Stout. These handmade jellies should go great on everything from a slice of pumpernickel to ribs on the grill. [Purchase]

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