5 Delicious Must-Try Beer Combinations
As if beer wasn’t already awesome enough on its own, mix it in a cocktail for even more deliciousness.
By The Beer Community on Oct. 04, 2017
This is a really simple and quick cocktail to mix-up and is especially delicious if you love apples. Fine Cooking used both hard cider and apple brandy in this tribute to the sinful biblical fruit plus some Guinness, but you can use any Irish Dry Stout to bring darkness into Eve’s heart.
Just hearing the name of this recipe makes us salivate shared on the Beeroness from the Gourmet Kitchen cookbook by Jennifer Farley this recipe is warm winter goodness with caramel on top and bourbon barrel-aged stout inside.
This cocktail is twice as strong as the usual Black & Tan which is made with stout and pale ale. Fine Cooking cranked up those ABVs a notch by using a double IPA and an imperial stout. The original recipe calls for a pint glass, but we highly recommend a snifter glass because the ABVs are so high you might want to slow it down, serve a little less, sip and enjoy!
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