39 Beer Snacks Go Angry

Beer Snacks Go Angry

Posted on August 10, 2007 by

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Looking at this snack someone can say: “In Soviet Russia beer snack eats you!” And he might be right to some degree.

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39 Responses to “Beer Snacks Go Angry”

  1. Tim says:

    I would have thought that only the japanese would have eaten something like that.

  2. jokez says:

    How much beer does one have to drink before they even consider eating one of those? What kind of fish are they anyway? Looks like a small Baracuda but if it’s from Russia my guess would be a type of Pike.

  3. OlegV says:


  4. maxD says:

    Russians love this type of snack. Dried and salted fish, vobla. They even eat the dried fish other people buy for their cat in the pet shop.

  5. bullet in your head says:

    this is just … SICK AND WRONG

  6. Pacific NW says:

    They look tastier than pork rinds

    • Ozzy says:

      its my foto. I made it on my kitchen. The fish name on russian is Zubar (big Korushka)

      by the way, i like pork chips madly. My frend from Wolfhampton give me a copl bags.

  7. adios says:

    ya lublu nashi zakuski.ya kak to tut rakov el,zaebis’.s pivom)))

  8. Igor says:

    This is Igor’s favorite driving snack.

  9. Landtat says:

    In Maine we eat them battered and fried. Tasty, with the heads on, don’t even clean em out. And a lot of beer.

  10. vovan says:

    У нас такую ловят и сами вялят! Классная рыба! Мне очень нравится с пивом! Но у нас она жирнее. Я из Приморья, Находка.

  11. webtasarim says:

    They look tastier than pork rinds

  12. Misha says:

    Vobla is actually the Russian word for the species of fish called Roach. This fish is caught and dried in salt then washed and air dried. Other species may also be used, but they are considered hybrid versions of the original. If anyone would like to know how to make Vobla, then drop me an email to [email protected] and i will reply with instructions on how to make it. I will be posting instructions on how to make it on my website in the near future ( http://www.tsarina-imperial-dacha.com ). It may be ugly to look at, but when eating it with beer it takes on a whole new look, and if you drink enough beer you might get lucky.

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  15. OhioMike says:

    No. Just…no–or anything else that doesn’t look like it wants a bite of my tongue…I have the number for Myles’ Pizza here somewhere, best in town, a medium weighs 10 pounds!

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