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Fulton & Salumi’s

Tonight at Grumpy’s Northeast they will be pouring Fulton’s Lonely Blonde through a randall filled with basil, rosemary and red peppers. If that doesn’t sound tasty enough, they will also be pairing the beer with the carnivore chronic of Salumi’s Meats from Seattle.


  1. beerfan says:

    Are they high? That sounds terrible.

  2. mattm says:

    This just in, Beerfan: they also have regular beer. Thanks for the post Heather.

    …honestly, rosemary does sound sorta pungent as a beer infusion.

  3. Ben says:

    Plenty of strange combos that work well if you just give them a try. The cilantro, cucumber, & japapeno with 21st Amendment Watermelon Wheat at St. Paul Summer Beer Fest was awesome.

    Then again you can be close minded like beerfan. Just remember that he’s part of the same group that seriously believes there is no possible way that Surly can make Hell with their water and thinks that they truck in the water for it.

  4. beerfan says:


    You do not have a clue what I think. About anything.

  5. ryan says:

    Hmmm. I’d have to try it, but I’m skeptical… Maybe rosemary… maybe basil… but not both and definitely no red peppers for me unless I’m cooking with it.

    Of course the combo Ben mentions doesn’t sound real tasty to me unless it’s in a wrap or something. 😉

  6. Ben says:

    I dropped in and enjoyed a couple pints. It worked well. The flavors were all fairly light and it didn’t overpower. The red peppers didn’t really come through. Basil was light and would have been more powerful had they been ripped up before being put in the Randall. Rosemary can become overpowering quickly in most anything but 2 trigs of it just imparted a light note (they considered adding more after a while). The salamis were killer with several cheeses and bread. Thanks Corey and the other Hohensteins guys and Grumpy’s NE.

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