Even the crappiest beer is tasty enough to make for a worthwhile beverage, but it still would be better to get drunk on something more delicious for a change. If crappy beer is all you have access to, though, it should be easy enough to step up its taste using these Beer Enhancing Sachets from Hop Theory.
Sure, you can use a beer infuser to change up the flavors of practically any beer, but there’s no way that’ll be easier than these things. Simply rip open one of these taste-altering sachets, place some of its contents on a pint, and pour your beer into the glass. From there, wait a few minutes for the flavors to meld and you’re done – with a glass of the same beer you had yesterday that, somehow, tastes a heck of a lot better.
Hop Theory’s first flavor of Beer Enhancing Sachets is called Relativity, a combination of cascade hops, orange peel, coriander seeds, and natural flavors, which they describe as a combination of tangy bitterness (courtesy of the hops) with slight sweetness (due to the seeds) and a hint of citrus (via the orange peel). Each ingredient is dried and ground into fine powder to improve the rate of dispersion before being packaged into individual sachets. Each sachet contains enough powder to be used for up to four pints, with the infusion process taking between 2 to 4 minutes (for best results, of course, wait for the full four). They also won’t add much calories to your beer, with a single serving (1/4 sachet) containing just 1.25 calories.
A Kickstarter campaign is currently running for Hop Theory’s Beer Enhancing Sachets. Pledges to reserve a 12-sachet pack is priced at $15.