Spreadable Beer is Real, and It Looks Delicious

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The most important meal of the day—or any meal, really—is about to get a lot boozier, thanks to Innis & Gunn.

In honor of the grand opening of its second Scottish Beer Kitchen in Dundee, Scotland, the craft brewer launched Marm & Ale, which they’ve dubbed the world’s first beer marmalade. The hoppy-sweet spread combines oak-aged India Pale Ale with a traditional fruit preserve. If you’d rather drink your beer, the brewery has also crafted a marmalade-infused IPA to mark the occasion.

“We’re proud to be setting up shop in such an innovative and vibrant city; we can’t wait to share our passion for great beer with Dundonians,” Dougal Sharp, the founder of Innis & Gunn, told Herald Scotland. “With a focus on pairing food and beer, we are educating diners about the nuances and complexities in beer that they otherwise might be unaware of.”

If you want to taste the marmalade or the beer, you have to visit the Beer Kitchen in Dundee, where you can also enjoy other craft brews and a full beer-inspired menu.

Looking to combine beer and citrus closer to home? Here are some favorites fruity beer cocktails:

One-Two Punch
Beggar’s Banquet
Raspberry Star
Ginger and Beer Fizz
Blood Orange Beertail
Spicy Summer Ale Margarita
Sauza-ritas for a Crowd
Smoky Beer Sangrita

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