So, apparently in the 18th century, it was common to drop an egg into a beer as a liquid breakfast. This seems to have lasted well into the American 1960s with dockworkers and factory workers using this drink in much the same way. As someone with little common sense, and no fear of salmonella (due to my cockroach-like resistance to food poisoning and disease). I am going to try this. I assume that the 18th century peasant version use da table beer, but what would the modern day version of this be? Do I drop an egg into a Founder's Breakfast Stout? What would you guys recommend? Thanks for any info.