Craft Beer Ice Cream?! Greatest Invention EVER!

Frozen Pints – Craft Beer Ice Cream

Have Your Beer and Eat it Too!

Currently 5 Flavors to Choose From:

Peach Lambic- European sophistication meets southern comfort.  The Belgian Lambic provides hints of juicy peaches, a lingering tartness and an almost champagne-like finish.  Fruit and beer may be a unique combination to some, but those who have had a Lambic before will feel right at home.  And for the peach ice cream devotees, get ready for a fresh twist…

Honey IPA Hopheads rejoice! We start with a classic American IPA – grassy, piney, and hoppy notes of course.  Then we add a floral honey to temper the true-to-style bitterness. The result is a full, well-balanced flavor that’s completely unique. Dig in and you’ll taste the honey first, then the hoppy deliciousness around the back.  Bitter sweet perfection.

Brown Ale Chip- Traditional Brown Ales can be pretty nutty, and the one we use is no exception.  We paired sweet chocolate chips with the hints of roasted hazelnut to create a warmth that surprises in an ice cream.  The flavor is delicate but unmistakably a classic brown – you’ll even get a little dryness at the finish.  Easy to try, easier to love.
 
Vanilla Bock- This is the one that started it all. It was our first and an instant classic. The beer we use is a personal favorite – a complex Bock that we pair with Madagascar vanilla. The hints of banana, dark fruit, and cloves in this sweet cream will surprise and delight your taste buds. It’s sure to become a reliable go-to in your freezer (if you can resist polishing off the pint).
 
Malted Milk Chocolate Stout- For the chocoholics… a rich Chocolate Stout is enhanced with creamy malted milk in a simple yet satisfying blend. Milk balls are a classic movie snack, but it’s a different thing entirely when you throw a solid brew into the mix.  And while our treat tastes great with a bucket of popcorn, it stands just as well alone. Short and sweet.
Each Pint (375mL) is only $7.98.
                             This stuff is certainly worth trying…trust us, it’s delicious!