May 3, 2007

Yebisu Premium Beer Jelly

We've got two words for you...BEER JELLO. It's like Jello shots...but with beer! We love finding products that are on the bleeding edge of technological progress.

We’ve all been in this situation: You’ve just finished dinner, and dessert is coming up, but your beer just won’t taste right chasing down something sweet. “What do I do?” You ask yourself, but your desire for dessert AND beer tears you apart. Naturally, you decline the sweets and opt for something salty to go with your frosty beverage.

That’s all in the past, because now you can have your beer and eat it too with the Yebisu beer jelly, a gelatin desert that is based on, smells like, and tastes like (you guessed it) Yebisu Premium Beer.


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Posted by Jake Jamieson at May 3, 2007 7:02 AM
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It costs US$2 for one pack at the Ebisu Garden Musuem shop in Ebisu

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