Founders Brewery Is Naming A Beer Either Rum Ham Or Milk Steak

The fine folks at Founders Brewery are asking the fine folks of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia to decide which beer they should make for their 2019 seasonal lineup.  Always Sunny is viewed 2-3 times a day in my household and I highly suggest that if somehow you’ve never watched it that you immediately drop what you’re doing and get on that. Pairing Always Sunny with Founders, which I’ve never had a below average brew, has heavy hitters such as Canadian Breakfast Stout and Kentucky Breakfast Stout, Cerise, All Day IPA and a fleet of others is a duo that quite frankly can’t be stopped.

On one side you have Milk Steak Stout. This recipe comes from Charlie’s favorite meal and favorite of many others, which is milk steak boiled over hard of course with a side of your finest jelly beans served raw. You simply wouldn’t have a milk steak without jelly beans so don’t even bother trying to order it without them. Here’s how you need to order it

Your other option is a Rum Ham IPA. This hearty beverage is inspired by Frank’s love and pure innovation for eating his drinks. This IPA is perfect for hitting the beach with a buddy, grabbing a raft and hanging out in the ocean. You simply won’t find many beverages that give you you’re recommended amount of protein in every bite. Just make sure you have a firm grip on it because the last thing you want to do is have your rum ham slip out of your hand and fall into the Atlantic Ocean.

Whatever gets decided, I’m sure the brew will be out of sight. Here’s hoping the gang has one of their typical, rational conversations to decide which one gets picked. Perhaps an arousing game of CharDeeMacDennis is in order.


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