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Rogue Voodoo Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale

Wait, what? Doughnuts, bacon, maple syrup, and beer? Indeed, that's the potentially lethal combination found in Rogue Voodoo Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale ($13). Developed in collaboration with Portland's famous Voodoo Doughnut, this unique brew contains an assortment of odd ingredients, including, yes, bacon and maple syrup from one of Voodoo's signature treats. It's almost as if Rogue is daring you to drink one for breakfast.

  • Southern Comfort Fiery Pepper

    Normally when the words "burn" and "liquor" are used together, it isn't a good thing — but Southern Comfort Fiery Pepper ($17) is here to challenge that notion. By mixing the well-known lime partner with Tabasco chilies and other natural pepper flavors, SoCo has created a literally intoxicating mixture of bite and smooth drinkability that's sure to demand a new variant of bloody mary in which to use it. Just consume wisely — SoCo isn't known for its fresh breath powers, and neither is Tobasco, so mixed together they might make for some eyebrow-searing exhalations. [Scouted by Brock]

  • Grady's Cold Brew

    Iced coffee is a great way to cool down in the heat of the summer, but if you'd tried making it, you know it's a little more complicated than brewing a normal pot and waiting on it to cool down. Grady's Cold Brew ($15) is an iced coffee concentrate that comes ready to mix with your choice of milk, cold water, and sugar, giving you eight cups of icy deliciousness from each bottle, no specialized brewing equipment required.