This rich custard pie, traditionally dusted with nutmeg, comes from Amish and Shaker communities that settled in Indiana in the nineteenth century. Porter adds a complexity to this simple pie.
Although commonly associated with the South, this sweet layered dessert is really ubiquitous in the United States. Here, we make the custard with Belgian golden strong ale for complementary warmth and banana notes.
We’ve taken the classic chocolate ice cream and adapted it to include your favorite milk stout.
No campfire needed! A fruit-forward IPA adds lightness to this grown-up version of the classic campfire treat.
We’ve adapted this classic dessert recipe to include your favorite ingredient—beer.
Cherry lambic and a touch of cayenne pepper partner with chocolate in this beer-enhanced take on the traditional French custard.
November 26 is National Cake Day, and we have some amazing beer-enhanced cake recipes!
Move over pumpkin pie and let this incredible tiramisu made with a Belgian quad take center stage at the Thanksgiving celebration.
This cheesecake will make you think differently about pumpkin beer.
Basil and Pilsner combine for a unique take on the traditional cheesecake.