This Beer Infused Ice Cream doesn’t contain any alcohol anymore although it’s infused with beer, since the alcohol itself was evaporated during the cooking process. Despite that fact, I doubt any parent would want their kids getting hooked on this frozen treat anytime soon.
This Beer Infused Ice Cream is like a celebrity in the world of desserts: it’s been featured twice in the New York Times and is “served proudly in five star restaurants, Irish pubs and at backyard BBQ’s.” The ice cream is made with 16% butterfat cream and comes in four deliciously addictive flavors:
- The Brewer’s Cow Black & Tan (made with Guinness)
- The Brewer’s Cow Ten Penny Beer Nut Parfait (made with Ten Penny Ale)
- The Brewer’s Cow Bavarian Beer Brittle (made with Samual Adams)
- The Brewer’s Cow Chocolate Truffle Stout (made with Thomas Hooker)
A six pack of Beer Infused Ice Cream is priced at $67 and shipping anywhere in the United States (lower 48) is only $12 with a guarantee to be frozen. (Update: The link has been removed because this website no longer exists.)
Oh please…. beer ice-cream is nothing like Tiger beer sorbet from Island creamery in Singapore. http://www.islandcreamery.com/