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Dude Deep Fries Sandwich In PBR Batter, Calls It The Pabst Blue Reuben

Our favorite sandwich has officially joined forces with our favorite beer, and it is completely, utterly breathtaking. For real, if your jaw doesn’t drop after watching this video, you might need to consult your orthodontist. Feast your eyes, ears, fingies, and all other body parts on this glorious Pabst Blue Reuben, courtesy of our guy Nick Chipman aka Dude Foods.

Imagine a classic Reuben sandwich: piping hot corned beef covered in Swiss cheese, crunchy sauerkraut, and creamy dressing between buttery toasted slices of rye bread. Then imagine all that good-good battered in PBR beer batter and deep fried. Repeat: battered in PBR BEER BATTER and DEEP FRIED.

The end product? Bliss. Just pure bliss. Never again will you have a dark day, with this beautiful recipe in existence. Check out your formula for eternal happiness below.

Pabst Blue Reuben

3 qt vegetable oil

1 can plus 3 cups Pabst Blue Ribbon beer

3 c flour

½ lb corned beef

4 slices Swiss cheese

¼ c sauerkraut, drained

2 slices rye bread

1 tbsp butter

Thousand Island or Russian dressing

1) Pour vegetable oil into a deep fryer or a deep pot and heat to 375 degrees.

2) Combine flour and 3 cups of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer in a bowl to create beer batter.

3) Preheat a skillet or griddle on medium heat.

4) Place corned beef in skillet, top with Swiss cheese and cover until cheese is melted.

5) Butter bread and place face down on skillet until browned.

6) Top bottom slice of bread with corned beef, cheese and sauerkraut. Spread dressing on remaining slice of bread and place on top of sandwich.

7) Dip sandwich in beer batter, covering it completely and use a spatula to transfer it to your deep fryer or pot.

8) Deep fry for three minutes or until sandwich is golden brown.

9) Slice sandwich in half, dip in dressing, and crack open a Pabst to drink along with it.



For His 10th Drunk Driving Charge, This Man Used Beer-Battered Fish As An Excuse


Back in October 2014, a man in Wisconsin was pulled over for a DUI. He then gave the officer a pretty fishy excuse: it was the beer-battered fish that did him in.

Obviously no jury bought that.

John Przybyla had a blood alcohol level of .062. While this was below the state’s limit, it was over the limit for those with three or more drunk driving convictions. This was Przybyla’s 10th drunk driving charge.

When pulled over, he told the officer that he was drunk off a beer-battered fish he had eaten before he was stopped.

According to WILX, the 76-year-old Przybyla was now found guilty of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration and operating with a revoked license.

Przybyla is facing up to 12.5 years in prison.


These Ice Cream Sandwiches Are Beer Battered, Deep Fried And Drenched In Chocolate


Until this morning, we didn’t think something like Chocolate Covered Beer and Bacon Battered Deep Fried Ice Cream Sandwiches could exist. Yet, here we are.

This monstrous mouthful was created by none other than Nick from DudeFoods. Usually, he has a cool story on what led him to create his recipes. This time, he made it just to make it.

Grabbing a few ice cream sandwiches, Nick dipped them into a beer batter with bacon chunks and threw it into a deep fryer. Once the sandwiches were a nice golden brown, he cut them in half and stacked them on top of one another. The sandwiches were then drenched with chocolate syrup and ready eat.

Where do you even start on such a beast?


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Beer Battered Fried Bacon Wrapped Burritos

Our friends over at SuperSizedMeals never seem to fail in supplying us with the highest quality random eating goodness. Today, we observe a burrito, wrapped in bacon and beer battered and fried. Most likely, .05% of our readers will succumb to some sort of heart failure by merely observing this post, for that, we apologize. For the rest who still have blood pumping to the crucial organs, keep reading to see the rest of the pictures and recipe!