Garlic beer

This is wild garlic.


There’s a fair amount of it on the Isle of Wight, which is why it’s no surprise that there’s also a Garlic Farm there, selling all manner of garlic-infused products and ingredients. Do you think you can guess which one I bought?


Look, there’s even a clove of garlic nestling inside the bottle neck.


And how was it? Well, garlicky.

Really garlicky.

It was a pleasant enough and refreshing drink on a spring afternoon, but you have to be a major alliophile  to drink more than one of these.


One thought on “Garlic beer

  1. Erik R. May 21, 2012 / 4:31 pm

    I’m sure it does wonders for your breath, too.

    But at least it keeps the vampires away.


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