A while back someone had the absolutely genius idea to make a booze-inspired potato chip, and we're just now finding out about it. But better late than never because, in our opinion, Guinness-flavored chips are worth the wait. British company Burts British Hand Cooked Potato Chips makes the chips and only sells them in Great Britain and Germany. No need to panic just yet though, because luckily for those of us that want to try them stateside, the booze-flavored snack is available on Amazon.
Here's what Burts has to say about its brew-like chips; "We've hand cooked quality potatoes to crisp perfection, before evenly flavouring them with a unique blend of roasted barley and hops. The result is a mouth-watering crisp with the bitter sweet flavor of the iconic Irish stout." There's also a Rich Beef Chilli Guinness chip, which despite sounding slightly less appetizing is still intriguing; "We've taken fresh jalapeno chillies and juicy succulent beef flavours and infused the world's most iconic stout. These crisps pack some serious punch that will have you coming back crunch after crunch."
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So there you have it: you can officially eat Guinness Potato chips as a snack while you sip a cold pint of Guinness. Now someone just needs to invent boozy potato chips that can actually provide a buzz.