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Beer ice cream is now a thing you can get in NYC

Written by
Alyson Penn

There’s no shortage of boozy treats in the summertime. Whether it's enjoying a Negroni pop at a rooftop bar or frozen rosé at an outdoor patio, the options are usually centered around wine or cocktail combos. Now, lowbrow cousin beer is joining in on the fun.

Tipsy Scoop, the boozy ice cream vendor that recently opened a brick-and-mortar in Kips Bay, is teaming up with Our Name is Farm to sell sorbet and ice cream scoops sloshed with beer from Northeastern breweries. Flavors include:

Mosaic Creamsicle: Pineapple-orange-mango ice cream infused with Gun Hill Brewing’s Mosaic.

Happy Hour: Jack’s Abby House Lager–flavored ice cream blended with Tipsy Scoop’s house mix of crushed peanuts, pretzels and toffee.

Salty Pretzels On Fleek: Chocolate ice cream blended with pretzel bits and Stillwater On Fleek Imperial Stout.

She’s a Maniac!: Honey-lemon sorbet infused with KCBC Janiak Maniac pilsner.

Head over to Lantern Hall in Bushwick to try the spiked sweets during this sweltering heat advisory–the ice cream is only available until supplies run out. 

Beer ice cream at Lantern Hall

Photograph: Courtesy Our Name is Farm

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