WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 14: White Castle employees cook their slider burgers before delivering them at the U.S. Capitol to celebrate the company's 90th anniversary with a "Castles at the Capitol" event June 14, 2011 in Washington, DC. Representatives of the Columbus, Ohio-based company hand-delivered their slider burgers to waiting congressional employees during their lunch hour. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images
Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images

White Castle joins with craft brewery to create its own White Castle-branded beer

What better way to wash down a slider (or 10) than with a White Castle-branded beer?

No better way, White Castle has apparently concluded.

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The Columbus-based fast-food chain is collaborating with Easton, Pennsylvania-based Weyerbacher Brewing Company on a White Castle-branded beer, according to beer-industry web site Brewbound.com and to Fox Business News

“We did a pilot brew for them, a kölsch that they loved, so that’s gonna be the first beer,” White Castle Chief Operating Officer Josh Lampe told Brewbound. “It goes well with burgers.”

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The beer would be offered on draft in some of the chain’s nearly 400 restaurants across its 13-state footprint, and would be sold in retail packages at grocery stores in which frozen White Castle products are sold, Lampe told the web site.

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A spokeswoman for White Castle was a bit more tight-lipped about the new brew, but released a statement to this new outlet that said in part, “It’s too early for us to comment on any specifics about how widely available a White Castle-inspired beer might be in our restaurants, but we’re enjoying the creative process we’re working on right now in real time.”

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“As we prepare to celebrate our 100th birthday in 2021, we are in the midst of planning lots of fun initiatives and surprises,” the White Castle spokeswoman said. 

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