If I've learned anything in the past few months, it's to never underestimate Oreos. The brand embraces strange flavors, weird products, and now beer. Yup, you read that right. A brewery in Virginia recently debuted a new beverage that is—oddly enough—Oreo infused beer.  

WTF is Oreo Infused Beer?

It might be hard to wrap your head around WTF Oreo infused beer tastes like. Is it supposed to taste like cookies? Is it still bitter? How much alcohol is in it? Our mind is blown, and we need to know.

The Veil Brewing Company creates craft brew in Richmond, Virginia. According to FOX News, the brewery recently released a sweet new beer called Hornswoggler Chocolate Milk Stout with Oreos (WTF is a Hornswoggler?). In order to make this glorious beer—the brewers took seven percent of its robust chocolate milk stout and conditioned it with hundreds of pounds of Oreo cookies. Yeah that's right—hundreds of pounds of Oreos. That's what heaven looks like. 

The company warned in an Instagram post that "there may be some residual fermentable sugars from the cookies in the beers. We highly suggest keeping these cans as cold as possible at all times." I think I would enjoy beer a lot more if there were cookie crumbs and icing chunks in it. Is that totally gross of me? Oh well. 

How Can I Get My Hands on This?

The brewery debuted this Oreo-alcohol-filled creation on January 24th, and sold out of its cans almost immediately. This is some next level shit, and sells for $17 for a four pack. Let's hope (pray) the brewing company creates more. 

This isn't an Oreo branded product, but it's still cool to see all of the innovative ways Oreos can be used. The McDonald's Oreo menu in Hong Kong is pretty dope, but I'm still lusting after Cadbury Oreo Creme Eggs, which are coming to America mid-February. 

Peeps in the Richmond area—keep your eye out for more Oreo infused beer releases. It may occur unexpectedly, and this is something you won't want to miss.