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KFC launches its own Colonel Craft Beer and new recipe in collab with Lay's chips

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Burpees? I thought you said beer please. 

You better beer-lieve it! Fast-food giant KFC has partnered with a Hong Kong local brewery, launching its own Colonel Craft Beers. Available exclusively at its concept stores in Causeway Bay, KFC is for sure joining the ever-growing plethora of fast food restaurants that are adopting that hipster vibe. The IPA ($55), served on tap, is brewed with Citra and Motueka that is both light and packed with tropical, floral flavours; while the Pale Ale Citra ($58), served in bottles, is extensively hoppy, with Citra offering zesty grapefruit and lychee notes. In addition, pair these craft beers with the crispy deliciousness of KFC's newest irresistible recipe, the "Crispy Hot & Spicy Chicken" – a special collaboration with Lay's by using the brand's flavourful chips as the chicken's crisp coating. 

Apart from the alluring combo of fried-chicken & craft beer, KFC has also released a KFC X Lay's BBQ Flavoured Potato Chips. Incorporating the new fried-chicken recipe, the MAXX, deep-ridged chips introduce a powerful barbecue flavour, perfect for all crisp fanatics. Individual packet chips are also available in 75g at 7-Eleven stores across Hong Kong, whereas the 184g version is available in all Wellcome supermarkets starting from November 22. 

 

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