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September 8, 2010

Introducing the Beer Popsicle: Hopsicle

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From an August 10, 2010 post on urbandaddy: "Introducing The Hopsicle Experience, a frozen can of beer, sliced in half and served like a Push Pop for big kids, launching today at Diablo Royale Este.

"Now, the thing about the hopsicle is that it looks like your standard can of Tecate: Red. Cylindrical. Icy cold. Except the barman-witchdoctors at Diablo have taken the 'icy' bit quite literally, injecting the beer with simple syrup and lime juice, jamming a wooden stick into the hole of the can and then putting it in the freezer. For four days.

The result is a genuine beer popsicle, which the bartender must saw in half with a serrated steak knife (or samurai sword) to open. Then it’s up to you to push the wooden stick upward to dispense the hopsicle in true Push Pop style...."

[via Nuclear Toast]

September 8, 2010 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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I wonder how long it takes before you're so drunk you don't feel the raw ragged edges of the beer can slicing into your lips?

Posted by: randee | Sep 8, 2010 11:57:32 AM

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