Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
Nothing is probably more inherently hipster than PBR. We don't know how it came about, but this readily available, cheap beer has become emblematic of hipster culture.
Pretty much everyone loves bacon, but hipsters have taken it to the next level. Now every piece of clothing or accessory has a bacon-designed item.
Like bacon, hipsters have turned pickles into an ironic (?) fashion statement. Loving pickles has become a weird hipster trait.
Mason Jar Drinks
A normal glass and a hipster do not get along. Every hipster must have a mason jar. Sure, these jars-turned-cups are pretty cool, but hipsters have given them a pretentious air.
Cold Brew Coffee
When it comes to coffee, every hipster has their own specialty preference and they'll go to great lengths to make or buy the most out-there brews. Cold brew coffee seems to be the common thread.
Food trucks are pretty cool, but talking endlessly about how much better they are than a real restaurant is tiresome. Where you see a food truck, you're bound to find a hipster nearby.
This leafy green has become lauded in the health community, but it started as the hipster wonder food. From smoothies to salads to sandwiches, hipsters just can't get enough kale. Sorry, guys, but it's not going to solve all your problems, like you think it will.
Of course, tacos have an appeal much wider than just the hipster community, but these guys think they invented the tortilla. And don't even get us started on kimchi tacos.
Everyone loves donuts, but hipsters seem to be on the constant hunt for the most intricate and weird donut ever made. A plain glazed donut just won't do for these guys, maybe try a maple-flavored donut topped with bacon bits.
When PBR just isn't enough, the local craft brewery is the place for hipsters to go and drink. Craft beers give hipsters that pretentious power to talk judgmentally about some brand that nobody has heard of.
Anything Artisinal, Foraged, Or Home-Brewed
Hipsters are all about appearances, and how their food is labeled goes a long way in whether they'll like it or not. These particular adjectives give hipsters a sense that their food is unique.
If you can convince yourself that you actually like komucha, you, my friend, are a true hipster. Kombucha is a drink made by fermenting sweet tea with yeast and bacteria. It’s slimy and strange, but for some strange reason, hipsters cannot get enough of this stuff.
Vegan food can be great, but hipsters try to ruin the pure happiness of cookies with organic, wholesome ingredients. Some things just need processed chocolate chips and refined sugar.