Texas Motor Speedway Introduces Bacon-Infused Milkshake
There are few things that are better than bacon, beer, and milkshakes, but what happens when you put the three together?
The Shake’n Bacon Brew.
That’s what Texas Motor Speedway will be introducing at the NASCAR races the weekend of October 31st.
The alcoholic beverage, created by Levy Restaurant’s executive chef, Joel Pena, who manages the track’s concessions.
The Houston Chronicle reports the Shake’n Bacon Brew contains:
The milkshake includes six ounces of Blue Bell Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream, two ounces of bacon syrup, two ounces of candied bacon, and half a bottle of Rahr & Sons Ugly Pug Black Lager.
Chef Pena tops it off with whipped cream topping and yes, a handful of bacon bits, making it sixteen ounces of pure decadence and meat sweats.
It’ll cost $10 a pop and will also be available in non-alcoholic versions.
Bacon, beer, and milkshakes… do they belong together?
Just in case you missed it yesterday… BEHOLD Shake n' Bacon Brew! (Bacon Cotton Candy's grown-up bad*ss brother.) pic.twitter.com/DgLmBDrWJn
— Texas Motor Speedway (@TXMotorSpeedway) October 17, 2013