As you can see, Scorpion Vodka contains a walloping great scorpion. And it’s not just any scorpion. This particular pickled arachnid has been specially bred in southern China and is totally safe to eat. So they say. The word is that each pincer-wielding beastie (infused in the vodka for three months before hitting the shelves) has undergone a special detoxifying process. This neutralizes the scorpion’s venom, making it 100% edible, tail ‘n’ all!
“Pizza Beer” was developed Labor Day, 2006 by Tom and Athena Seefurth in their home brewery in Campton Township, IL. It all started with a surplus of tomatoes, a bag of garlic & an idea that began early in the spring when they planted thier garden herbs.The goal was to create a beer that would pair with a wide variety of foods, especially everyones favorite, pizza! In the end, they were pleasantly surprised that this “mess” turned out to actually be good!
OYSTER MUSHROOM BEER
Jester King Snörkel — a farmhouse ale brewed with alderwood smoked sea salt and oyster mushrooms grown by Logro Farms. Logro Farms is located just a few hundred yards from Jester King Brewery at Ceres Park Ranch. They use spent grain from the beer to sustainably grow delicious oyster mushrooms.
SMOKED SALMON VODKA
And you were scared to take a normal shot of vodka! This Smoked Salmon Vodka is made with premium vodka, created using glacier ice from Prince William Sound, infused with the flavor of savory smoked salmon. Useful in everything from bloody marys and martinis to luscious cream sauces.