British Boozy Burger Requires Proof of Age to Eat It

The BrewBurger, created in collaboration between a Scottish brewery and an English burger joint, requires proof of age to order
Honest Burgers

James Watt and Tom Barton hold up their burger and brew creations.

It may well be the drunkest burger in the world. The BrewBurger, created by BrewDog co-founder James Watt and Honest Burgers co-founder Tom Barton, contains so much beer, that you actually have to show proper identification, proving that you’re at least 18 years of age (the legal drinking age in Britain), to order it.

“Using the craft beer itself as a starting point, we were able to bring out the most prominent and complimentary flavors in the burger,” said Barton. “We’re really proud of the result; a delicious burger with a genuine ABV is not something you tend to come across every day.”

The aged, five-ounce beef patty is marinated with BrewDog’s iconic amber ale, 5AM Saint, and topped with bacon, Comte cheese, and beer-fried onions. You can wash down your boozy burger with more alcohol — there’s a Bourbon Baby craft beer created just for the dish — all for £15 or approximately $25. This special alcohol & beef concoction will only be around for a limited time, so pop into an Honest Burger if you happen to be traveling in London between March 3rd and April 2nd

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