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    Beer for Dessert???

    Check out this post from Sunday Lexington Herald Leader.
    A guy in VA using Lambic as a base for a frozen dessert.

    http://www.kentucky.com/food/story/118251.html
    Colonel Ed
    Bourbonian of the Year 2006

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    Bourbonian of the Year 2010 and Guru
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    Re: Beer for Dessert???

    Excellent! I've been drinking beer floats for years...I spent quite a bit of time trying damn near every stout or porter I could find to see which one worked best. I finally settled on Stoney Creek Vanilla Porter...and Starbucks Classic Coffee Ice Cream...yummy...also works well blended into a shake.
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    Re: Beer for Dessert???

    Put a dash of Heineken oud bruin over vanilla ice or use Faro (Belgian/southern Dutch dinnerbeer 2%) in a sherbet with fresh strawberries,i think you`ll like it,if you like desserts that is .Eric.
    Netherlands

 

 

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