Generally ‘sweet beer’ is not two words that go together. Beer, generally speaking, has a bitter taste and the only factor that really changes on it is the smoothness of the taste. This beer is not one of those beers though and the taste of this beer is founded on one of the world’s favorite snacks.
Evil Twin Brewing is breaking the mold by infusing a donut flavor into its beers. While there have been things like donut-flavored vodka this sweet beer is an anomaly; one thing that can be said though is nobody will ever mistake this for the bitter taste of a dark beer.
The idea came to head brewer for Evil Twin Brewing Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø when he stuffed whole donuts into one of his other strange beer creations, the Imperial Biscotti Break and came out with a hit.
This Sweet Beer Trades in the Bitter for Something More Scrumptious
1. Sweet Beer - Opportunity for breweries to experiment with unique and delicious flavors, appealing to a wider consumer base.
2. Flavored Beers - Potential for breweries to innovate by infusing different food flavors into their beers, creating unique taste experiences.
3. Donut-inspired Beverages - Disruptive innovation opportunity for beverage companies to tap into the popularity of donuts and create enticing flavored beverages.
1. Craft Beer Industry - Craft breweries can explore the creation of sweet and flavored beers to stand out in the competitive market and attract beer enthusiasts.
2. Alcoholic Beverage Industry - Alcoholic beverage companies can introduce innovative flavored beer options to cater to the changing consumer preferences and expand their product offerings.
3. Non-alcoholic Beverage Industry - Opportunity for non-alcoholic beverage manufacturers to develop donut-inspired flavored drinks, appealing to those who prefer non-alcoholic alternatives but still desire unique, indulgent flavors.