If you were one of those weird kids that enjoyed the sensation of burning off a layer of your tongue after chowing down on Warhead lollies, then you might want to sit down for this news.
A company called Artisanal Brew has answered your prayers with the news they've released a range of Warhead-flavoured seltzers and beer featuring the mouth-puckering flavours you loved back in the day.
The flavours include blue raspberry, black cherry, lemon, watermelon, and green apple.
According to one Warhead fiend from On Tap Sports who reviewed the majority of the Warhead beer flavours, here's what you can expect from the sour boozy beverages.
"This beer tasted exactly like that strong, sweet flavour that coats the candy," they said about Watermelon.
"I was pleasantly surprised with the balance of sour to fruit flavouring in this beer, and that's what makes it my favourite of the series."
The Black Cheery drink was described as having a 'nice tartness to it, but a much deeper flavour'.
The reviewer added that this was the one that was most akin to the extreme sour hard candy.
The idea of Lemon Warheads might make your tongue and skin crawl, however according to this reviewer, it didn't live up to expectations.
"This one fell a little short for me," they wrote. "The lemon flavour wasn't the strongest in the beer, and it wasn't as sour as the others.
"This was still a light and refreshing beer to drink, but I wish there was just a little more flavour and sourness to match what the candy brings."
Another drop that got two thumbs up was the Blue Raspberry, which seemed to have everything you could want.
"This beer had plenty of blue raspberry flavour and a nice tartness without being too overpowering," the writer explained.
"What I really enjoyed about this beer was its bright blue colour. There are not very many beers in the world that are different in colour like this, which made it a fun surprise to see as I poured it into my glass."
Unfortunately, they didn't manage to get their hands on Green Apple, so we can only assume it tastes like... Green Apple.
And while it doesn't look like the nostalgic brews are available to purchase from Australian stockists (yet), those who are after a similar sour beer can get their hands on some via Feral Brewing Co.
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