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Ultimate Comfort Food: Beer Flavoured Ice Cream

by Kathy Jones on October 27, 2013 at 9:00 PM
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 Ultimate Comfort Food: Beer Flavoured Ice Cream

Beer ice cream, which is ice cream flavored with beer, is being hailed as the ultimate comfort food for adults.

The beer ice cream, named Frozen Pints, comes in seven different flavors with Pumpkin Ale being the strongest one with the alcohol level of 3.2 percent, the Daily Express reported.

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Meanwhile, the weakest beer ice cream is Peach Lambic with 1 percent alcohol.

Ari Fleischer, founder of Frozen Pints, said that one must be of legal drinking age to purchase the 454ml tub, adding that his innovation is the first product of its kind.

Source: ANI
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