8 Weird Types Of Beer: Wait, What Can Be So Weird About Beer?

4) Hello Kitty Beer



A brand that forged its DNA on unstoppable and cuddly kiddy fun, making the world a sweeter and comforting place thanks to its adorable toons, as famous as the memorable cartoon character of Hello Kitty, equally unassuming and child-friendly is the Hello Kitty Beer.

It is distinctly made for a kids-only audience, but never-mind the disclaimer- the fruity and sugary taste delights elders with much aplomb. A series of fruit-flavored brews adorned by the Hello Kitty avatar, this ‘peach’ of a drink has a fruit like taste but a beer-like after-flavor.


5) The World’s Oddest Beer



What takes to make a great beer isn’t great taste alone or sumptuous froth in the lager. It is a bit of a ‘personal indulgence’ and passion to make the taste stand out. And it seems that the makers of the world’s oddest beer took it perhaps daftly. Rogue Ale’s Beard Beer is actually made of extracts of the owner’s beard! Yikes.

Rough, unflustered and unwavering to whatever the world holds as an opinion, that’s truth completely undiluted for you, right there inside a bottle! For those who claim to be offended and those who’ve drank in pure admiration of the taste, the credit must go to Rogue Ale’s master brewer John Maier.


6) World’s Only Beer With Stuff Made From The Space



Yep! You read that just right here in the middle of earth’s sterling cosmos. This particular beer is actually the kind of stuff that’s ‘out of this world’. No matter how random and miserable it may have sounded initially to Sapporo Space Brewery, this ‘space beer’ actually contains barley that was once kept on an International Space Station. And it worked wonders in the aftermath of its launch for the makers.

In 2009, just about 250 limited edition bottles of Sapporo Space Barley were released to an exciting beer fan-base that skipped the attention of an audience well present worldwide but for those who chugged this one, they were in another space of their own. For those fans who want a dig at something more outstandingly celestial, there’s Dogfish Head Brewery’s Celest-Jewel-ale that actually contains extracts such as crushed lunar meteorites. So from now on, no more alien-catching here on earth. Sip some beer to become one right in the middle of earth’s worldly extravagance.

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