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Put a spin on your next pint with these creative glass-rimming ideas.

SPICY

lime + Kosher salt + chili powder with a crisp pilsner

HERBAL

lemon + herbs du Provence with a sunny witbier

BACON LOVERS’

honey + bacon bits with a roasty schwarzbier

COOKIE CRUNCH

vanilla syrup + crushed Oreo and Nutter Butter cookies with a chocolaty porter

FRUITY

orange + crushed Nerds candies with a citrusy IPA

GRANDMA’S KITCHEN

vanilla syrup + Graham cracker crumbs + dried ginger with a mild Belgian pale ale

STEAK IN A GLASS

agave syrup + garlic-peppercorn seasoning with an even-keeled amber

HOW TO: Put your dry rimming ingredients in a pile on a flat plate. Wet the rim of your glass with a wedge of citrus fruit (or dip it into flavored syrup or liqueur), then set the moist rim on the plate and twist to coat.

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