Boozy ice blocks are the ultimate in adult refreshment, but so many of them seem geared toward the wine drinkers and fruity cocktail lovers of the world. Beer seems to get the short end of the ice block stick, but no longer! These ice blocks are refreshing and easy to make and can be made without even pouring your brew from its can.
According to Samuel Adams brewer Jennifer Glanville (who has a vested interest, for sure), beer can "unlock hidden tastes and balance complex flavours in all types of food". Crisp wheat and bright citrus make summer ales a great base for these sweet and spicy ice blocks, a chocolate stout would really sing in a creamsicle, and if your ice blocks must be fruity, these marionberry treats should be right up your alley.
I'm excited about all of the possible flavour combinations, but I am obsessed with the idea of a beer ice block. Just pop open your favourite can, add any flavourings you wish, shove a ice block stick in the hole and freeze overnight. Saw off the bottom of the can and use the stick to push delicious, frozen beer into your mouth. Just be careful not to cut your mouth on the edge of the can!
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