Two Minneapolis establishments teamed up to create a southern-inspired brew that's meant to drink with spicy chicken.
Slawhammer is a pre-prohibition Kentucky common style ale that's "a bit like a cream ale, but with a little more malty soulfulness," Bauhaus says, noting it finishes with a touch of hoppy citrus and black tea.
And it's brewed "specifically to temper the heat of Revival's fiery Tennessee hot chicken," the release says.
“When I lived in Nashville, I learned that there are really only two beverage options for Tennessee hot chicken: sweet tea or a cold beer. So we figured, why not marry those ideas?” Matt Schwandt, Bauhaus president and head brewer, said in the release.
The beer will be available in 16-ounce cans at U.S. Bank Stadium, and on tap at Revival's Minneapolis and St. Paul locations, as well as at its sister restaurant, Corner Table.