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Heaven or Heart Attack? Bacon and Beer Milkshake

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It's called Shake 'n Bacon Brew beer milkshake, and it's either going to be the best thing you've ever tasted, or a retch-inducing eye-roller.

If you're interested, the catch is, it's only available at the Texas Motor Speedway from October 31 to November 3 during the AAA Texas 500 NASCAR race weekend.

 Levy Restaurants Executive Chef Joel Pena created the Shake 'n Bacon Brew which consists of  six ounces of Rahr & Sons Ugly Pug Black Lager, six ounces of Blue Bell homemade vanilla ice cream, and two ounces of bacon-infused maple syrup  topped  with three ounces of whipped cream and bacon crumbles. Yum.

Mind you this milkshake is only available to those 21 and over.  But for the kiddies, they'll whip up a non-alcoholic version using root been instead of the beer.

So proud of this concoction, the chef has actually created a YouTube video for those who want to try to make this at home.

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