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Boba beer anyone? A combination of bubble tea and beer is now on the market

The Beer Factory has created the Boba Beer Series, consisting of four varieties of beers that are available in all the outlets in Malaysia

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The bubble tea trend is everywhere with many brands opening shops at every corner.

People often queue up for almost an hour to get their hands on this Taiwanese invention.

Another thing that many people enjoy drinking is beer.

So when The Beer Factory created the “matchmake of the century”, a mix of bubble tea and beer, it is a dream (or nightmare) come true.

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The Beer Factory has created the Boba Beer Series, consisting of four varieties of beers that are available in all the outlets in Malaysia except Kota Kinabalu and Cyberjaya.

The Boba Beers consists of Butter Beer made with Kirin Ichiban, Guinness Milkshake with Guinness, Strawberry Lime Cider made out of Apple Fox Cider, and Watermelon Beer mixed with Tiger Beer.

At RM28 (SGD9) each, you can now get your hands on this limited edition concoction.

If you think boba beer is strange, wait till you hear about boba steamboat and boba ice cream.

Yes, all these inventions actually exists!

We wonder what’s next boba tea inventions.

 

 

 

 

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