Bauhaus' southern-inspired beer will make its debut at US Bank Stadium

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Two Minneapolis establishments teamed up to create a southern-inspired brew that's meant to drink with spicy chicken.

Bauhaus Brew Labs and Revival restaurant announced the collaboration beer Monday. Slawhammer will make its debut at the restaurant's new U.S. Bank Stadium location and at its restaurants on Aug. 10.

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.

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