YOU might think you’d have to be bananas to drink one of these beers. Another could well leave you roly-polying in the street.
Pubs and shops are awash with odd-flavoured brews.
Yesterday we revealed a brewery boss facing ruin was saved by putting Yorkshire puddings in a drinkCredit: Glen Minikin
Howard Kinder, 59, considered walking away from Malton Brewery after Covid almost wrecked it, here we bring you other weird-tasting beers to try outCredit: Glen Minikin
Yesterday The Sun revealed a brewery boss facing ruin was saved by putting Yorkshire puddings in a drink.
Howard Kinder, 59, considered walking away from Malton Brewery after Covid almost wrecked it.
Then he saw a Yorkshire pudding recipe painted on the side of a building and used it to create a speciality ale.
Amy Reading brings you some of the other wacky beers to tickle your palate…
Eagle Brewery Banana Bread Beer (5.2%)
It’s not as bananas as it seems. Made with natural mineral water and fairtrade fruit – just don’t have a skinful.
Northern Monk Imperial Cronut Stout (14%)
Lots to Cro about. Strong, decadent pastry stout has plenty of peanut, biscoff and cocoa bean flavours.
Rogue Voodoo Doughnut Maple Bacon Ale (5.6%)
This bizarre smoky mix of doughnuts, maple and bacon will leave you under it’s spell.
Hammerton’s Crunch Peanut Buttermilk Stout (5.4%)
You’d be nuts not to try this. With a smooth, silky texture, you could be drinking liquid peanut butter.
Smartmouth Saturday Morning Marshmallow IPA (5%)
US brewer’s ale has all the flavours of a bowl of cereal – plus marshmallows!
Charles Wells Sticky Toffee Pudding Ale (5.5%)
If you have a sweet tooth, stick with this dark ale. Big toffee flavours will have you going back for seconds.
Camden Town Brewery Marmite Ale (4.8%)
Just like the spread you’ll either love or hate this sticky dark ale. Should be great for raising a toast.
Northern Monk Jam Roly Poly Pale Ale (5%)
A classic pud in liquid form. The brewery teamed up with Aunt Bessie’s for this tasty treat and there’s even a hint of custard.