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Potlicker Beer Jelly

We're not sure how well it'd mix with our all-time favorite jelly accompaniment — peanut butter — but if you're looking to add a little beer flavor to your food, it's hard to beat Potlicker Beer Jelly. Available in a variety of flavors and made from beers sourced from no less than six Vermont-based craft breweries, this unique treat is ideal for pairing with cheese, spreading on crusty bread, or using to glaze any meat that calls for a good mix of savory and sweet.

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    Chomps Beef Sticks

    Three words: Healthy Slim Jim. When you're looking for a tasty, beefy snack, without all the nasty stuff you'd typically find in those on the corner grocery's shelves, you need Chomps Snack Sticks. These beef sticks are entirely made from grass-fed beef, so there's no need to worry about any unsavory stuff finding its way into your belly. They're also gluten free and paleo friendly, so you won't have to sacrifice your new-age diet just to get your meat fix. Add in the fact that they're also devoid of antibiotics, hormones, nitrates, nitrites, and other strange ingredients, and what you get is great-tasting high-protein snack that's low in guilt.

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    Habanero Maple Bacon

    Spice up your breakfast with a couple slices of Habanero Maple Bacon. Coming to you from the good folks at Tender Belly in Denver, this delectable treat is made by rubbing their signature maple and habanero spice rub to the bellies, then dry curing and smoking them over cherrywood. All the ingredients are top notch, and you get a discount for buying multiple 5 lb. packs — so it's a great excuse to invite the whole neighborhood over for spicy BLT night.