Non-Traditional Ingredients Make Breakfast Taste Like Happy Hour

By: Marissa Liu - Published: Oct 27, 2009 • References: groceryeats
An industrious brew-master decided to try to make cereal beer. The cereal beer is part of a challenge to use non-traditional brewing ingredients to make an interesting and delicious homebrew.

The cereal beer was made using an entire 25.5 oz bag of Fruity Dyno Bites cereal (think generic brand Fruity Pebbles) mixed with 5 lbs of American 2-row barley, 4.5 lbs of American wheat malt, and a decent amount of citrusy Amarillo hops. When finished, it should taste similar (hopefully) to Leinenkugel’s Sunset Wheat beer or Three Floyd’s Gumball Head. Stats for Cereal Beer Trending: Older & Chilly
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