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Guinness Ice Cream Floats

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Guinness Ice Cream Floats
  • Prep Time 5 min
  • Total Time 5 min
  • Servings 2
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Guinness Ice Cream Floats

Try this adult version of root beer floats! Just replace the root beer with Guinness™ Stout beer.


(11.2 oz) bottle cold Guinness™ Stout beer
2-4 ice cream scoops vanilla ice cream


  • 1 Divide beer between two 8-ounce glasses.
  • 2 Add one (or more) scoop of ice cream to each glass.
  • 3 Enjoy!
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Stout Beer Floats

As prepared by Inspired Taste,

Don’t be shy -- come on, and add some booze to that childhood favorite, the root beer float. Hey, it already has beer in the name, right?

Are you thinking what we’re thinking? St. Paddy’s Day! And here's just the last-minute treat you're waiting for: Stout Beer Floats.

This seriously couldn’t be easier. Pop the cap, scoop the cream, add a straw and you're on your way to stout heaven. That exists, right?

Find two glasses and someone to drink the other glass.

Fill each with half a bottle of chilled Guinness. You’ll want some room at the top.

Pour Guinness Beer into Glasses

Add a scoop (or two) of creamy vanilla ice cream. Watch out for spillage!

Add Ice Cream to Guinness Beer

If you’re feelin’ it, add a straw and devour!

Want one yet? Here’s the recipe!

More Drinks for the Lucky Day

Bottom's up with one o' these spirits, and see if you sprout a brogue!

Adam and Joanne think that once that brain freeze subsides, you’ll definitely want more. For more inspiration, visit them at their blog Inspired Taste and their Tablespoon profile.
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