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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by RegularJim, Jun 9, 2018.
Just wondering how popular this is.
Only in the heat, and only in a crappy beer.
I've only seen it done in West Virginia and Mexico. I tried it myself in both places, but nah...
It's not "blech!", but it's not necessary.
That's something I haven't done in years..matter of fact, I had forgotten all about it..
I've seen people salt the rim of a glass full of beer..
Never tried it in my Guinness and doubt if I ever will
Yes. Definitely more of a Bud Light thing.
Anything light, mexi-beers...any beer that isn't especially well crafted can be improved with a little lime and salt. Micheladas are occasionally nice. I live at the beach in S FL, kinda started living our own Corona commercial years ago, and it works in the heat. I don't drink that stuff usually though, we are IPA lovers in this house.
Add salt and ruin the ice cold Rocky's finest, no way!
For me, it'd be like putting cream and sugar in my coffee. Yuck!
I prefer having salty potato chips with my beer. Same end. More flavor. And then there's that wonderful crunch...
Yeah but only in situations where I HAVE to drink anything like light beer or(God forgive me) South African beer. I really don't want to be spending half the evening making trips to the mens room,...
Curiously enough, around here you'll see the occasional salty pepperoni immersed in a beer,.....
last summer i had a second job at a liquor store and we sold flavored beer-salt packets.. kind of reminded me of a weird salty kvass flavor
Barley, water, hops, yeast, occasionally wheat. No fruits, vegetables, herbs, or spices.
No bacon either,...
That's a first for me. Never heard of that.
Is it really a thing??? Never heard of it over this side of the pond! But then we have only just started drinking cold beer and flavoured crisps (chips)