Hop-pickleMADE BY BROOKLYN BRINE IN BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
The pickle genius that is Brooklyn Brine has come together with Dogfish Head Craft Brewery for a leap of taste – the Hop-pickle.
Dogfish Head owner Sam Calagione recalls his 'aha' moment: "I was sitting there having a 60 Minute IPA and some Brooklyn Brine pickles while reading the newspaper. When I tried them together, that earthy bitterness that both share was magnified. I thought it was perfect, and within a week, I called Brooklyn Brine." Brooklyn Brine's Shamus Jones was IN.
The cucumbers are sliced in Shamus' Brooklyn kitchen into chunky cross-sections then brined in an apple cider vinegar with IPA (india pale ale), sweet caramelized onions (to offset the bitterness of beer), peppercorns, habanero peppers, and a little bourbon. Cheers!
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Don't worry, these are safe to feed to your kids – brine is heated to 200 degrees so the alcohol burns off.
Cucumbers, 60-minute IPA, apple cider vinegar, caramelized onions (apple cider vinegar, water, onions, organic maple syrup, evaporated cane sugar, finger lakes distilled bourbon, sea salt), garlic, dill, spices, smoked paprika. Comes in a 16 oz glass jar.