Heinefee Coffeeken

September 22, 2008

Heinefee Coffeeken: Heineken Lager and Haagen Daz coffee ice cream

QUOTE: “I’ve been enjoying Heinefee Coffeken all day long.  I keep burping up Heineken and Coffee Ice Cream!” – Heather G., Las Vegas

ABOUT Heinefee Coffeeken: Is your boss giving you a hard time?  The kids won’t stop screaming?  Did you just break up with your boyfriend?  It’s Heinefee Coffeeken time!

Heinefee Coffeeken brings together the mature flavors of Heineken Lager and Haagen Daz coffee ice cream.  It’s the perfect mid afternoon pick-me-up; so good in fact that you won’t mind the occasional post beer float burp!


Ingredients

  • 12 ounces of Heineken Lager
  • 4 ounces of Haagen Daz Coffee ice cream


Instructions

Scoop 4 ounces of Ben & Jerry’s Coffee ice cream into the bottom of your beer glass.  QUICKLY pour in Heineken Lager until the foam passes the rim of the glass (watch out – it’ll spill over if you aren’t careful!).  Enjoy the beer float foam first (it is really tasty!), then drink down the Heineken and enjoy the delicious coffee ice cream at the bottom.  Don’t be surprised if you go back for seconds!

Martina’s Blue Moon Orange Crush

September 10, 2008

Martina’s Blue Moon Orange Crush: Blue Moon and Orange sherbet

QUOTE: “My favorite drink on a warm summer day.” – Martina G., Las Vegas

ABOUT Martina’s Blue Moon Orange Crush: Martina’s Blue Moon Orange Crush is a bright, refreshing summer drink. Topped off with a little fruit (Yes, we know … fruit in your beer?  Just go along with us on this one!) – Martina’s Blue Moon Orange Crush is a great way to end a long weekend.


Ingredients

  • 12 ounces of Blue Moon
  • 4 ounces of orange sherbet
  • One orange slice


Instructions

Scoop 6 ounces of orange sherbet into the bottom of your chilled beer glass.  SLOWLY pour in Blue Moon until it is about 1 inch from the rim.  Stir slowly with a spoon, knife, or your finger.  Top off with an orange slice (TIP: run the orange around the rim of your beer glass first, then drop it on top!).

Heather’s Fun Floaty Float

August 29, 2008

Heather’s Fun Floaty Float: Miller Lite, Ben and Jerry’s Cherry Garcia ice cream, and Haagen Daz Vanilla ice cream

QUOTE: “I like the treats at the bottom! Oh, and the sun is a good source of light in the daytime.” – Heather G., Las Vegas

ABOUT Heather’s Fun Floaty Float: Heather’s Fun Floaty Float boxes in the ice cold fresh taste of Miller Lite in between the distinct flavors of cherries, chocolate, and vanilla.  The end result is a blend of some of the best things on earth.  Bottom line, it’s just tasty!


Ingredients

  • 12 ounces of Miller Lite
  • 4 ounces of Ben & Jerry’s Cherry Garcia ice cream
  • 4 ounces of Haagen Daz Vanilla ice cream


Instructions

Scoop 4 ounces of Ben & Jerry’s Cherry Garcia ice cream into the bottom of your beer glass.  Gently pour Miller Lite until it is about 1 inch from the rim. Top off with Haagen Daz Vanilla ice cream.  Allow the vanilla ice cream to melt for a few minutes, then drink up and repeat!

Tara’s Lovable Dog

July 15, 2008

TARA’S LOVABLE DOG : Newcastle Brown Ale and Ben & Jerry’s Chocolate Fudge Brownie Ice Cream

QUOTE: “Yummy!” – Tara R., Las Vegas

ABOUT TARA’S LOVABLE DOG : In Newcastle, England, Newcastle Brown Ale is known as “Dog”.  This comes from “I’m going out to walk the dog” – which means “I’m going to the pub”.

If you’ve ever met Tara, you know that she loves her Newcastle about as much as she loves her dogs. Tara’s Lovable Dog brings both of those loves together, with the great taste of Ben & Jerry’s Chocolate Fudge Brownie Ice Cream.  After a long day at the office, don’t forget to walk your dog!

Ingredients

  • 12 ounces of Newcastle Brown Ale
  • 4 ounce’s of Ben & Jerry’s Chocolate Fudge Brownie Ice Cream


Instructions

Set ice cream out until it is slightly soft.

Scoop ice cream into your clean beer glass, then pour in an equal amount of Newcastle Brown Ale.  Remember to keep a one to one ratio of beer to ice cream – this maintains the perfect consistency.  Don’t drink it right away,  allow the ice cream a minute to melt in the ale, then …. enjoy!

Janny O’Blank’s Irish Dream

April 24, 2008

JANNY O’BLANK’S IRISH DREAM: Guinness Draught and Ben & Jerry’s Dublin Mudslide ice cream

QUOTE: “This is better than Lucky Charms!” – Janny B., Hollywood

ABOUT JANNY O’BLANK’S IRISH DREAM: The original Beer Float girl has created a winner with Janny O’Blank’s Irish Dream. The smooth taste of Guinness Draught perfectly compliments the dynamic flavors of Ben & Jerry’s Dublin Mudslide. Janny O’Blank’s Irish Dream brings back happy memories of U2 and Lucky Charms, and makes you wonder: “why do I have to wait until March to be Irish again?”


Ingredients

  • 1 pint of Guinness Draught
  • 4 ounce’s of Ben & Jerry’s Dublin Mudslide ice cream


Instructions

Set ice cream out until it is slightly soft.

Scoop ice cream into your clean beer glass, then pour in an equal amount of Guinness Draught. It’s important to have a one to one ratio of beer to ice cream. Allow the draught to settle for about a minute, then enjoy!

Hope’s Float

April 14, 2008

HOPE’S FLOAT : Boddington’s Pub Ale and Haagen-Daz Vanilla Ice Cream

QUOTE: “This is amazing!” – Hope E., Las Vegas

ABOUT HOPE’S FLOAT: Hope’s Float is the beer float for beginners. If you’ve never tried beer floats before, and are a bit apprehensive, start with a Hope’s Float. The creaminess of Boddington’s Pub Ale blends perfectly with Haagen-Daz vanilla ice cream to make a great tasting adult drink. Perfect for those warm summer days.


Ingredients

  • 1 pint of Boddington’s Pub Ale
  • 4 ounce’s of Haagen-daz vanilla ice cream


Instructions

Set ice cream out until it is slightly soft.

Scoop ice cream into your clean beer glass, then pour in an equal amount of Boddington’s Pub Ale. Ideally you’ll want a one to one ratio of beer to ice cream, but if you have a little more beer – no problem – just keep drinking. Allow the ale to settle for about a minute, then enjoy!


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