Adult Beer Float — Vanilla bean ice cream and home brewed beer combined with a dollop of whipped cream and a drizzle of caramel sauce would make an ultimate weekend adult drink. Plus, they can satisfy your dessert cravings. Also, making them is 2 minutes game. Other than that, drinking them is so much fun. Perfect for any home-party.
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Are we already deep into Autumn? Wishing you happy last days before the October. I still remember when I wrote happy September, so this time, I wouldn’t write that time is flying. No complains whatsoever. However, at this time I decided to end this month on a happy note, so here I am with a little booze for all you guys.
Cause for a celebration: Let’s celebrate this weekend and the month-end with some easy, delicious and slightly boozy beer float. I know most of you love a beer float like me, so I am super sure you will simply love this Adult Beer Float too.
Time for a truth: A fun fact I just realised is that, this is my first-ever boozy float on this blog. I am really surprised that why I haven’t shared even a single boozy float here. Well, they say better late than never. So here I am presenting you the beauty with a matching taste.
I don’t know how my blog went with his whole life without ever having a boozy float. I know you have been missing out. But don’t worry my baby I have one for you today, that’s all I want to say to my dear baby, ‘My Ginger Garlic Kitchen’. I think since I gave birth to it, I do have some parental duties towards it 😉
An ice-cream can change the view: Like most of the weekends, this time also it was meant to be the regular beer, but then I found some plain vanilla bean ice-cream in my freezer. Adoria and Daddy decided to eat ice-cream just like that and I went for this beer float.
And by the time I made a beer float for myself, Abhishek asked: “I think you I haven’t shared a beer float on your blog yet. Have you?”
Me: “Mmmmm, I think you are right. Maybe I will share it next time when I make this float.”
Abhishek: “Why next time, why not today? Anyways, wouldn’t it be nice, if you could make a quick and easy video now which you can share on your blog as well?”
Me: “Yeah, but maybe later. I will drink rest of the beer like that only.”
Abhishek: “Well, I am telling you all this because after seeing that sinful glass of booze, I have also changed my mind, and now I also want a beer float. This beer ice-cream float looks wonderful and I bet it tastes amazing too. Far far better than a plain vanilla ice-cream. Can I also have one or two or 3 please?”
Me: “Hahaha, so that’s it. Okay then. Let me finish this one first.”
And that is how I came about to making a video of these floats.
Generally, I like to slurp my beer straight up, but sometimes a float works wonderful. Specially, when it’s a weekend and weather is dark and cold. And when I am watching my favorite movie.
So much to love: What I love about this float is that it is made with home brewed beer which is not very alcoholic, mine had only 2.2% alcohol. So that means I can drink it anytime, even during the noons. 🙂 Plus, the ice cream makes this float a little less raw. Plus, they can satisfy your dessert cravings. Also, making them is 2 minutes game. Other than that, drinking them is so much fun. Perfect for any home-party!
Ready with only 3 ingredients: The float consists of a home brewed beer or any other beer, ice-cream, some whipped cream, chocolate shavings and caramel sauce. Well for making this you need only three major ingredients. Beer, whipped cream and ice-cream. Other two ingredients are optional. If you have them with you, you will need only 2 minutes before it gets mouth ready.
If you ask me, this float should be on your list for this weekend. Try this easy peasy Friday night weekend drink, and it sure would make your weekend awesome. I wish you a weekend full of sunshine and greatness.
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