Each square of this decadent slab contains a secret: Gooey salted caramel infused with beer from cult favorite microbrewery Rogue Ale.To buy: $7.50 for one 3-ounce bar, at gourmet stores and vosgeschocolate.com.Featured October 2012
One spoonful of this brilliant refresher and you’ll wonder why tart lambic beer and juicy cherries haven’t been combined before.To buy: $12 for one pint, at gourmet stores and jenis.com.
This savory-sweet mix of hard pretzels and caramel popcorn tossed in a tasty beer syrup makes the perfect happy hour snack.To buy: $5 for one bag, roni-sue.com.
Hate to bake? This boozy combo comes with three varieties of freshly baked beer-kissed cupcakes and a piping bag of frosting for DIY fun.To buy: $40 for 12 cupcakes, cacaosweetsandtreats.com.
In this spicy find, Spanish peanuts get a kick of heat from ultra-potent chile de arbol and hoppy ale.To buy: $10 for one 8-ounce bag, anettes.com.
This California-based chocolatier takes rich and creamy truffles a step further with a splash of smoky stout.To buy: $12.50 for one 6-piece box, cocodelice.com.
No matter your sweet tooth, there’s something in this collection for every palate: Think marshmallows, chocolate truffles, crunchy brittle, and chewy caramels—each infused with beer and coated with salty pretzels.To buy: $46 for the set, truffletruffle.com.See all Daily Finds from this month