What if I leave out the beer? Still good, do you think?
Oh, definitely. I’ve never made it without the beer, though. It adds a lot to the complexity and makes it more thin and soupy in the beginning to combine all the flavors. The moisture evaporating from it allows it to cook a long time to blend the flavors. If you don’t add beer, you might be able to keep it covered.
Any ideas on what to replace the beer with?
It’s bean time!
- 9.8 pounds
- 4.5 quarts
- 34 servings
- 5,075 calories (149/serving)
- 395 fat calories (12/serving)
- 990 g total carbs (29 g/serving)
- 377 g sugar (11 g/serving)
- 163 g fiber (5 g/serving)
- 208 g protein (6 g/serving)
- 15,810 mg sodium (465 mg/serving)
- 100% yummy
We’re up to March in my iPhoto calendar.
Right when I took the picture of the very tall beer, the bartender went by and grabbed the first beer’s empty glass and produced the light streaks you see to the left.
Then there are my favorite margarita ingredients, with everything else in the picture made monochrome.
And finally, I’m crossing the streams by adding (freezer-stored) tequila to my Shamrock Shake® instead of the traditional whisky. Let’s not get into the wisdom of having a McDonald’s shake in the first place…
With my first glass sitting empty behind the full one, I began to take this picture, which I assure you had breathtaking composition and framing. While my cameraphone’s shutter lag went through its paces, the bartender took the glass away. You can see the blur it created on the left.
I like it.
(NOT taken with that goddamn fucking Instagram.)
I just came
Apparently, you welcome our malt beverage overlords more than I do.
A LOT more.
So this is for real?
Dream: It tastes like Michael Palin circa 1968
Reality: It’s half hamster, half elderberry
i want to drink this while watching the movie
I like that it has an extra 0.9 fluid ounces so you can have a pint and leave the backwash.