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Frozen Pints: Craft Beer Ice Cream

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Frozen Pints: Craft Beer Ice Cream

Frozen Pints is an Atlanta-based company, that makes craft beer ice cream flavours. Ari Fleischer, the founder of Frozen Pints, came up with the idea for the dessert after a friend accidentally knocked over a beer near an ice-cream maker. Instead of throwing away the ruined ice cream, they (drunkenly) decided to eat it.

Frozen Pints’ philosophy is very simple: it’s all about the beer. They believe that everything tastes better when it’s handcrafted. Frozen Pints only uses the the finest of craft beers and fresh local ingredients when making their ice cream.

With a large variety of flavours, there is something for everyone. Some of their flavours include Honey IPA (2.4%), Malted Milk Chocolate Stout (2.1%), Brown Ale Chip (1.6%), and Peach Lambic (1.0%).

Frozen Pints is currently working hard to set up online orders so you can have your alcoholic tub o’ ice cream delivered right to your door!

For more information visit their official website.

 

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