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Discussion in 'Beer News' started by Todd, Nov 8, 2013.
If he's serving them macro swill , I say charge him with cruelty to animals! Give those turkeys something like Ruination and see if the hop flaver and aroma comes through. (he started giving them Coors and later changed to lager?!! WTH?)
Is that legal?
I can't help wondering if some kind of Ale brewed with Cranberries would be delish.
Utopias watered turkeys for the win.
Wow...I wonder if we tried different types of beer!
Sounds great - wouldn't mind trying them myself. I do wonder how that works with gluten allergies - does that stuff come through in the meat?
My sister-in-law is highly intolerant to gluten (not quite allergic, but she gets a big reaction to small amounts) so we have to be careful when cooking holiday meals to make sure at least the main dishes don't have any.
So the farmer says that he first fed them Coors but now feeds them "lager?" What the hell does that even mean?
I heard SA Cranberry Lambic is wicked good.
Gordon Ramsey raised a pig on beer to try to enhance it's flavor. Turkey seems a bit easier.
Guessing drunk turkeys are easier to catch also.
Touchdown! The world now has a practical use for Coors!
(Although I cant imagine beer so closely related to actual water could affect the flavor in any noticable way.)
I support this practice...
Dude, I don't know why this is so confusing! Even the "expert" was skeptical.
Just like with cows, feeding turkeys beer fattens them up. More fat = juicier bird. Conundrum solved!
Edit: Also, no, the flavor of the beer would not come through to the bird's flesh. Just the added fat content.
It's like marinating the turkey while it's still alive. Love it! And if the poor bastards are going to end up dinner on our plates, why shouldn't they get to put back a few beforehand?
How very humanitarian of you!
I think he used a cherry lambic, would have loved to try them chops.
If it works that so cool not to mention funny
Leave free or Die. I love my state!