You Must Be 21 Or Older To Try Philly’s Newest Concoction: The Fried Beer Burger

Robert Anthony

Yes, the rumors are true. Philly’s famous restaurant PYT is back with another insane meal concoction. Introducing the world’s first fried beer burger. Just when you thought nothing could top the ramen and cronut burgers, this thing is born.

The burger was invented by chef Kim Malcolm. First, Malcolm freezes a small ramekin dish of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer.

Then the beer is coated in slices of cheddar cheese and wrapped in a wonton shell. After that, the frozen goodness is coated in pretzels and then deep fried. Boom, it’s now ready to place on top of a juicy burger patty with pickles and a tangy mustard-dill sauce.

The fried beer burger, aka the Beerger, is available for $12 at PYT in Philadelphia, but you must be 21 or older to purchase it! Check out the steps below to see exactly how to make it.

Step 1: Freeze the beer.


Step 2: Wrap the frozen beer in wonton with sharp cheddar cheese.


Step 3: Coat the beer dumpling in pretzel crisps.


Step 4: Deep fry the coated beer, place it on the burger and then indulge!

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H/T: Zagat , Top photo courtesy of Zagat

Robert Anthony

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