Beer Milkshake

By • October 30, 2009 4 Comments

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Author Notes: I am not a big fan of beer, but if it's blended into a milkshake, I'm an instant convert. This would be fantastic with homemade coffee ice cream, but in a pinch you can use any premium brand (such as Haagen Dazs "Five").WinnieAb

Serves 1-2

  • 1 cup coffee ice cream
  • 1 cup whole milk
  • 1 cup beer (I used Samuel Adams)
  1. Combine the ingredients in a blender and process until smooth. Share with a friend or keep it all to yourself!

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almost 6 years ago gregp

Sounds tasty, but I don't think I would classify it as a "cocktail". Aside from being a shake, it's lacking a liquor (key to the whole cocktail idea).

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almost 6 years ago WinnieAb

you are right...not technically a cocktail!

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almost 6 years ago Kelsey Banfield

A beer milkshake is something that I have never, ever thought of, but now it looks so appealing I can't wait to try it!

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almost 6 years ago Food Blogga

I was just saying to my husband that I'd love to make a beer milkshake. Had heard about it at tailgating. I was going to use vanilla ice cream, but coffee sounds much better!