In British Columbia, Canada, there’s a restaurant called Yuu Japanese Tapas which has been making headlines for its signature dish: Beer Ramen.
This place serves Beer Ramen pic.twitter.com/Ctvi71CdYA
— FOOD INSIDER (@InsiderFood) August 30, 2018
In reality, the meal only LOOKS like a beer. Though it’s served in a stein, with special foam made of egg whites places on top, the “beer ramen” contains no alcohol…though its resemblance to booze is enough to drive many Twitter users away:
— Kelly Marie (@i8urpenguin) August 30, 2018
Y'all are ruining everything https://t.co/fNpPUZSa4z
— AA to the………RON to the (@DoubleAwalk) August 30, 2018
The makers of the beer stein were so busy asking whether they could that no one stopped to wonder whether they should!
— GamerAce (@GamerAce3) August 30, 2018
— Mister Devereaux . (@kliffhuxtable) August 30, 2018
i have never seen anything less appetizing in my entire life….
— selena-rain (@selenarainxxx) August 30, 2018
If this dish were served in…well, a dish, people would probably be more open to it.
amazing how the changing the dish it's served in completely changes people's perceptions
— Taku (@yoakefuyu) August 31, 2018
Im sorry, what?? https://t.co/V7OkoVEKNA
— Julianne (@jrzdlr) August 31, 2018
If you’re at all curious what it’s like to sip a Ramen Beer, head to Yuu Japanese Tapas right away!
A part of me wonders what this taste like https://t.co/RKdXYu6TfY
— golden ✨ (@naaaaaomeeei) August 30, 2018
Sadly, by the looks of it, not many people are experiencing that curiosity.
Beer ramen?! Like wtf?
— (@yamikawaiigirl_) August 31, 2018
— JOHNNY D (@mrnova24) September 2, 2018
But why pic.twitter.com/wtvg1ywXGv
— E.O (@Econfess2me) August 31, 2018
It seems Beer Ramen might not be for everyone. That’s fine—there’s no need to get melodramatic.
the world should have ended in 2012
— verne com dablio (@wernerfcarvalho) August 30, 2018