Look, I’m not any happier than the once a week update schedule I’ve sunken into than you are.
Thanks for reading. Please tell your friends to come read Barflys and I’ll try to get my ass in gear.
Actually, I have no problem with a once a week schedule. It’s much better than chaotic updates or even worse, no update at all.
So, ice cream in a beer… I think it’s the second time I’ve heard of such a thing, the first being with root beer. I never tasted root beer so I don’t know if it’s really considered as a beer at all. After research, it seems it’s not even sold in my country.
Anyway. Beer float. In your opinion, what kind of beer would be perfect for that ? A really sweet one or one that will contrast more ?
Root beer is soda. A root beer float isn’t really a strange dessert around here. You can get them in restaurants easily enough.
I’m still going to aim for two a week, but I’m definitely not going to fall into any more two week vacation traps. Summer break is over and my schedule is normalizing (I hope )
Reddit’s beer page has few people who’ve talked about Beer Floats before. They have a lot of suggestions. I think sweet is the way to go probably… nothing too hoppy.
I did my first one with Youngs because it’s sweet, wildly available, and not too expensive, but even the bitterness in this one was a little off-putting for me. But my girlfriend liked it more than she likes root beer floats (which can be *too* sweet)
My recommendation would be to give it a try with something you already like that’s not too expensive (so you don’t feel bad wasting it if you don’t like it) and a flavor of ice cream you think would pair well.
Maybe a kriek would be a good start. It’s easy to find really cheap ones, and their fruity taste would be an advantage.
Yikes! I can’t quiet get into cherry in my beer or my ice cream, but if that’s your thing, let me know how it turns out
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