French’s Mustard Is Releasing A Mustard Flavored Beer And Well, It Sounds Interesting

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I can’t believe I’m saying this, but here goes nothing. If you like beer and yellow Mustard, well, this could be your new favorite flavor.

Your brain is probably already trying to make sense of what I just wrote and if the first thought that came to mind was, “Wait, Mustard BEER”, then you wouldn’t be wrong.

National Mustard Day is this upcoming Saturday and to celebrate, French’s Classic Yellow Mustard is here to party by introducing a new flavor of beer to the market.


You can now purchase French’s Mustard beer made with Oskar Blues Brewery, if there wasn’t already enough craziness in 2020.

The new flavor is brewed with French’s Classic Yellow Mustard, combined with key lime, lemon, tangerine, and passion fruit, according to the press release.


Now when you read off the combination of ingredients, it doesn’t sound too bad, more so like a tropical flavored beer?

Okay no, it sounds a bit iffy when you read “brewed with French’s Classic Yellow Mustard” but hey, don’t hate it until you try it, I guess…!


The bright yellow can comes in 12 ounces with 5.2% ABV. You can order the new flavor through CraftShack beginning this Saturday, August 1st for a limited time only.

I have to say, the bright yellow color does look intriguing and I do like yellow mustard, so I might give this flavor a try!


The mustard beer will also be available at participating Oskar Blues Brewery locations in Boulder and Longmont Colorado and Brevard, North Carolina.


“French’s enjoys creating new curiosity around a flavor that has been a staple in homes for over 115 years,” Jill Pratt, chief marketing excellence office for French’s, said in a press release. “The incredible reaction to last year’s release of our Mustard Ice Cream showed us how far people are willing to go to savor this favorite condiment. We promise this French’s Mustard Beer will not disappoint either.”

Jill Pratt, chief marketing excellence office for French’s

Who ever thought you could serve yourself a bowl of mustard ice cream and sip on a mustard flavored beer!

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