Update: Virginia beer-sicles

by Walter Olson on July 13, 2008

A year ago (Jun. 26, 2007) guestblogger Christian Schneider reported on the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control’s suppression of a “frozen beer pop” specialty offered by the Alexandria restaurant Rustico. Now the state legislature has enacted a bill sponsored by Del. Adam Ebbin and Sen. Patsy Ticer (both D-Alexandria) re-legalizing the cooling treats, which went back on sale July 1 in such flavors as framboise, cherry kriek, cassis, plum, and chocolate stout. (Erin Zimmer, SeriousEats.com, Jun. 25; Gillian Gaynair, “Rustico brings back beer pops for summer”, Washington Business Journal, Jun. 20)(& welcome The Agitator and Reason “Hit and Run”, Belgian ladmag ZV, Christian Schneider/WPRI readers).

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1 Tracy 07.13.08 at 1:04 pm

Not only are they fantastic, but they hardly appeal to minors, since it would cost a fortune to get drunk on them.

2 Tom Hancock 07.16.08 at 4:22 pm

Chocolate stout popsickles… thats genius!

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