@shakeshacksg Shackmeister burger is just a standard Shackburger, minus the vegetables, but with the addition of deep fried shallots. These deep fried shallots ain’t just any old, boring shallots, they’ve been marinated in Shake Shack’s proprietary Shackmeister Ale. A subtle sweetness is imparted from the ale to the shallots, and it’s a nice changeup from the intense onslaught of the salty, beefy flavours from the burger.⠀

Yes, of course I had a double Shackmeister ($14.40). You don’t get to be my size without going big & living large. It’s an insanely indulgent burger, with the juicy, scintillatingly seasoned pair of beef patties accentuated & augmented by the sapid, stellar ShackSauce. That’s wedged between those perfect potato buns, which were slightly sweet, deliciously dense & sinfully soft. It could’ve all been too much of a good thing, but the light, airy crunchiness of the deep fried shallots were there to keep me going strong.⠀

Still, having a cup of lemonade or a refreshing beer on hand to wash down the rich, delicious greasiness is still strongly advised. I wanted a pint of the Shackmeister ale to wash down this tasty burger, but it seems like they used all the ale to deep fry those scrumptious shallots. Also, I don’t think I’ve lavished enough praise on Shake Shack’s fantastic french fries. Yes, they’re plain, but by God these fries are fabulous. Crispy, salty and absurdly addictive, these spuds are simply stunning.⠀

Oh well, I’ve still got fourteen more days to wash down fourteen more of these tasty burgers with fourteen pints of Shackmeister ale. That’s the plan, that’s the hope, that’s the dream.

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