Thirsty Thursday- Guinness Floats

guinness float

For the loooongest time I wouldn’t drink Guinness. Not because I didn’t like it. No, it was because I thought I wouldn’t like it. I prefer wine but when I drink beer, for the most part I like a lighter flavor beer. Well, since Guinness is a dark, rich caramely color I thought that it was hoppy and I wouldn’t like it. I know, don’t judge a book but its cover!!!

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Well, once I tried it I realized that it was amazing and I had been missing out. I love it since it is not hoppy- no me gusta hoppy beers- and is really smooth enjoyable beer. Guinness is a dry stout that is made with roasted unmalted barley and ultimately has a roasted coffee like flavor. Price says it’s like drinking a loaf of bread as you always feel so full afterwards. ha!

This Guinness Float is a fantastic way to enjoy the #1 exported beer from Ireland while celebrating St. Patrick’s Day!

Guinness Floats

Makes 1 float

Ingredients

  • 12 ounce bottle of Guinness
  • 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream
  • chocolate syrup

Process

  1. Put 2 generous scoops of vanilla ice cream in a glass.
  2. Slowly pour the beer along the side of the glass and around the ice cream.
  3. Drizzle chocolate syrup over the top of the float. Enjoy!
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3 thoughts on “Thirsty Thursday- Guinness Floats

  1. William Kelly says:

    A new one on me!! In my wildest dreams I could never have come up with an idea of beer and ice cream in the same sentence never mind the same glass. I might have to give this a try, although I am not much of a beer drinker. It looks good and I would imagine it is a very addictive drink too. Ice cream and chocolate, yah! I’d say for-sure addictive.

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