Beer with Oysters and Clams

Here are two beers with added . . . seafood. The first is Budweiser with Clamato. The second is Stout brewed with Oysters. The clam label provides an early example of allergen labeling.

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4 Responses to “Beer with Oysters and Clams”

  1. October 20th, 2008 at 5:09 pm

    John says:

    Although beer with sea creatures might seem strange to many, it’s not entirely uncommon, and some of the larger industry players are trying their hand at it. Sam Adams Oyster Stout is just one recent example.

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  3. June 8th, 2009 at 4:35 pm

    Carrie Burrows says:

    I absolutely love Bud’s Clamato!

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