08 May 2007

Pizza Beer?

Chicago area homebrewer Tom Seefurth won a brewing contest at Walter Payton's Roundhouse and will have his creation served at the Aurora eatery. Mamma Mia's Pizza Beer is the result of adding garlic to his beer. Roundhouse brewmaster Mike Rybinski also used 30 gallons of canned tomatoes, tons of spices (garlic and oregano) and beets for color. They also added slices of 5 real pizzas without cheese into the kettle. Early reviews are positive. And if the beer is a big seller, Seefurth hopes to sell it to other pizzerias.

Any Chicagoans out there, I would appreciate a review. Who knows? I might try to brew it myself.

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posted by Jeff Holt at 10:46

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just wait... It's being released today. 1st place in category 3rd place best of show BABBLE 2007, 3rd place Spooky brew 2006, took a 1st at the Drunk Monk a couple of years ago. I discovered the marriage with pizza when I couldn't find a decent Cabernet, Zin or Shiraz to go with my stuffed pizza. Popped open a bottle & have coined it "Tom Seefurth's Mamma Mia Pizza Beer" ever since. "Beer so good it deserves a wine glass!" "The World's Very first Culinary Beer"

9:28 AM  
Blogger Stonch said...

Beer with pizza is nothing new (though I concede pizza IN beer is!)

All self-respecting Italians quaff beer at the pizzeria, not wine.

6:30 AM  
Blogger Jeffrey said...

Wine? What is this wine you speak of?

8:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.kcchronicle.com/articles/2007/05/21/news/local/doc465168d5be770248988046.txt

The real story

7:03 AM  

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