California brewery 21st Amendment announced plans to release a beer inspired by Pop-Tarts, a sugary breakfast pastry full of various flavors of jam

The company plans to release the brew on Aug. 29 in an homage to the history of its new facility, which was formerly a Kellogg’s factory.

Dubbed Toaster Pastry, the India red ale will debut in a 19.2-ounce can, a new and permanent size for 21st Amendment’s offerings, according to Fortune. It logs in at 7.6% alcohol by volume.

The flavor of the beer will doubtfully be as coma-inducingly sweet as an actual Pop-Tart; it’s an IPA after all, and relatively high on the International Bittering Units (IBU) scale. Since we can’t taste it yet, we’re imagining notes of berry, the classic and most popular Pop-Tart flavors. Read more…

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