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Sosu Sriracha Ketchup

Sosu Sriracha Ketchup

If you enjoyed Sosu’s Barrel Aged Sriracha on your steak, then you’re going to want their Srirachup ($30) for your fries. Essentially ketchup with a kick, Srirachup is handmade from organic California Tomatoes infused with a fiery hot, special homemade sriracha concoction. Perfect for fries, seafood, or sadly, straight from the jar itself.

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SOSU Barrel-Aged Sriracha

SOSU Barrel-Aged Sriracha

If aging in barrels works for rye whiskey, then why wouldn’t the same apply for every man’s second favorite condiment? SOSU has found a new way to prepare sriracha hot sauce—by aging the chili pepper, brown sugar, garlic, and salt concoction in barrels for 1-3 months, resulting in a sweet, smoky way to spice up…read more

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Beer and Bacon Mancakes

Beer and Bacon Mancakes

Most any beer by itself is a meal fit for a king. When you add bacon and pancakes to the mix, you’ll end up staring at the most manly plate of food you’ll ever eat in one sitting. They’re called Beer and Bacon Mancakes, and they contain the only three food groups that matter in…read more

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Whiskey Soaked Campfire Jerky

Whiskey Soaked Campfire Jerky

Our two favorite food groups just happen to be whiskey and beef jerky, which makes us more than a little excited about Whiskey Soaked Campfire Jerky ($16+). The beef is soaked overnight in Bulleit Bourbon whiskey, slow smoked with Texas pecan wood in a real smokehouse, and spiced with soy sauce, black pepper, salt, lemmon…read more

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Black Label Whiskey Beef Jerky

Black Label Whiskey Beef Jerky

Dissatisfied with the current snacking options available during school hours at UC Davis as well as the dry, tasteless beef jerky currently on the market, Alex Lane and Sarah Hellesen created what is probably the best tasting jerky on the planet, Black Label Whiskey Beef Jerky ($7), by adding whiskey into the mix. The result…read more

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Salami Of The Month Club

Salami Of The Month Club

If you’re already the recipient of a Beer of the Month, then it only makes sense to couple it with membership into the Salami Of The Month Club ($140-$385). Cut from the finest Northwest Pork, each salami is marbled, spiced, chopped and ground in house to order, and is delivered in different varieties right to…read more

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Frozen Pints

Frozen Pints

Not only can you have your beer, you can eat it too. Frozen Pints offer up a delicious new way to enjoy a cold, refreshing craft beer. Each pint of Frozen Pints ice cream is made to perfection from real craft beer—Yes, it does contain alcohol, so please don’t eat ice cream and drive. And…read more

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Scorpion Salsa

Scorpion Salsa

Regular hot sauce not doing the job anymore? You could upgrade to something a bit hotter, or you could just melt off your tastebuds altogether with El Pinta’s Scorpion Salsa. Brewed with New Mexico Scorpion hot chile peppers, a pepper that has easily been certified as one of the top four hottest peppers in the…read more

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Honey Badger BBQ Sauce

Honey Badger BBQ Sauce

Honey Badger doesn’t play, and neither should you when it comes to grilling your best meat. Made with real honey and habanero chili peppers for a perfect blend of sweet and heat, Honey Badger BBQ Sauce ($19 3-pack) will give your steak, burgers, or chicken that extra kick you’ve been longing for this summer. Just…read more

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Jack Daniels Whiskey Flavored Pecans

Jack Daniels Whiskey Flavored Pecans

If you find yourself sitting at the office reminiscing about the Jack Daniels bender you went on last weekend and need a fix, then feeding yourself three or four Jack Daniels Whiskey Flavored Pecans ($20) is a far better solution than breaking out a fifth of the real thing. Legend has it that these pecans…read more

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