Harold's - The Original Beer Pickle - Super Hot and Dill Spicy Pickle Chunks Packed With Fresh Garlic and Habanero - Made in Texas

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Harold's - The Original Beer Pickle - Super Hot and Dill Spicy Pickle Chunks Packed With Fresh Garlic and Habanero - Made in Texas

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Michael Martin
So delicious!

Some of the most flavorful pickles I’ve ever had and I love them!!!

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Hay Katie
Best spicy pickle ever

A long time ago my mother got us a few bottles of these and they lasted us nearly 2 years because they re so hot. I was sad when we used the last of the brine up in some chicken and rice stir fry I made (you have to try it) so I was delighted when I saw these on Haroldspickles. They re not as hot as I remember but if you eat more than 4 in a row you ll pay for it.These things are fantastic the flavor is great and the heat can be life changing if you re not careful. I m elated to have them in my pantry (and fridge) again!

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Wegener ley
Very Spicy pickle! Good Crunch

These were the spiciest pickles I have tried. I have to say they have a good flavor and are not just spicy. I couldn t eat all of them at once but think in moderation these would be great. A great change from other pickles! I plan on sharing them with friends at a party. I m very happy with this purchase. Can t wait to try more pickles.

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Wands Ashlie
The best spicy pickle I ever tasted

The best spicy pickle I ever tasted. Just the right amount of salt and sour. Needless to say it was very very spicy!The one negative review by that one customer obviously did not read the bottle. What did he expect when it s labeled Super Hot? I loved The Original Beer Pickle and will definitely purchase more in the near future. If you love spicy salty pickle. DON T MISS OUT! I have purchased more than once already. Next time will be the six pack.

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Reed Tyler
These beer pickles might be a bit too hot for you.

Great tasting spicy pickle! Work great for Bloody Mary s on a sandwich or all by their lonesome! Also the company threw in a free shirt! Can t wait for another batch! Or they may be the best damn pickle you ve ever tasted. I m not saying they have magical powers or anything but I ve had a headache since Sunday night and just ate three beer pickles and now it s gone. Seriously. Buy these and quit smoking lose weight and grow your hair back.These pickles are the BOMB and they don t have any nasty chemical preservatives in them.(Use the juice to make the best Bloody Mary you ve ever tasted.)

Rated X: Extreme heat. These spicy pickle aren't for wimps. They are habanero-flavored beer pickles that pack heat with a touch of garlic and dill. These are a sophisticated spicy pickle

Beer Pickle: Harold's beer pickle is a deliciously garlic dill spicy pickle. This hot n spicy pickle has zero chemicals, is extremely spicy, a bit salty, and packs a nice crunch. 

Spicy Bloody Mary Pickles:  Bloody Mary Pickles need to have robust, fiery flavors. Add this beer pickle to create a perfect bloody mary for your friends and family that take it to another level.

Perfect Pairing For: Adding a kick and flavor to burgers and sandwiches. Or simply enjoy this spicy pickle with a cold beer, sardines, a chub of bologna, a perfectly smoked brisket, or some breakfast tacos to spice up your morning. Their spice and heat stand alone. You think of fiery pickles, and full of flavor when you hear "habanero garlic pickles." 

Texas Made: Harold's Texas beer pickles, okra, and olives are deliciously Texan. Texas-made is the only way to create a truly perfect beer pickle recipe. Go Texan Proud.

About our Pickles: Conscious Choice Foods preserves the art of handmade pickle taste. We provide farm-fresh, hand-packed authentic pickles.

The Myth behind the Beer Pickle: Legend says that the recipe for these ultra-spicy pickle dates back to when peppers were first found growing next to crisp cucumbers in the Garden of Eden. While others believe that the truest start came from Rastifarian Priests hoping to quench the desires of untamed rowdiness. Whichever version you choose to believe is up to you - but all legends agree that these pickles are the end-all, be-all, cure-all to the world’s troubles. Tis’ a burn that is said to only be quenched by a crisp beer of your choosing - these flavors are not for the weak, but for those who live life boldly and unafraid!