It's Dangerous To Go Alone, Pound This: A Legend Of Zelda Inspired Beer

January 26, 2018

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This is Triforce IPA, a Legend of Zelda inspired beer from Atlanta, Georgia based Second Shelf Beer Company. It's a hoppy "refreshing and smooth" 6.1% ABV beer and will be available in the brewery's taproom as well as the surrounding area. Obviously, it has absolutely nothing to do with Zelda besides the name and probably isn't even legal considering Nintendo's copyrights on Zelda related names and imagery. But is that going to stop anybody from drinking it prior to a cease-and-desist order? No. Illegal booze is the best booze. Here, try a sip of my homemade bathtub brew. "Is it going to make me go blind?" It's not going to MAKE you, but it will strongly suggest it.

Keep going for a shot of the can from all angles.

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Thanks to Thomas Tom Tom, who agrees the cans should make the sound of opening a treasure chest whenever you crack one.

  • The_Wretched

    I can't see it's bottom. Many angles, psshhh.

  • Draco Basileus

    I'll wait for "A Link to the Pissed" lager or "Beer of the Wild" brown ale.

  • Munihausen

    Ocarina of Wine?

    Sorry...

  • Rebecca

    Too bad its an IPA

  • Munihausen

    That IPAs vastly outnumber other types of beer, at least on the mini/microbrew level, is a source of frustration. According to my brewer clients and friends it is mostly a result of hops being about the cheapest beer-making ingredient. Rather than diversify their offerings, many breweries (e.g., the vastly-overrated Lagunitas) just add more or less hops.

  • Conrado Parra

    Hops are the expensive part
    but you do not need that much for the whole batch
    but per gram hops are the most expensive ingredient

  • Munihausen

    You know you're old when you can't remember how to get out of the Lost Woods.

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