How to Make Ice Pops with Beer

Save the wine and spirits for later: this time, we're making ice pops with summer ale

Samuel Adams

Sure, we've spent our summer making ice pops with wine, and basically anything frozen and boozy. But Samuel Adams has figured out a new way to win over our taste buds in the heat, by using its Summer Ale in two sweet and spicy recipes.

You love beer. You love ice pops in the summer. So naturally, you will love beer in your ice pops. 

Sure, we've spent our summer making ice pops with wine, and basically anything frozen and boozy. But Samuel Adams has figured out a new way to win over our taste buds in the heat, by using its Summer Ale in two sweet and spicy recipes. "More and more, craft beers are being recognized as a unique culinary ingredient that can unlock hidden tastes and balance complex flavors in all types of food," says Jennifer Glanville, the Samuel Adams brewer and great woman behind these two ice pop recipes. "And this is just as true for Popsicles!"

We asked Glanville for her inspiration behind the Sam Summer "Ale-Fresca" ice pop and the Sam's Sweet & Spicy Summer ice pop, and yes, we have those recipes so you can make them at home yoruself. 

Check out our interview here.

 

Try it at home: 

Sam Summer "Ale-Fresca" ice pop recipe

Sam's Sweet & Spicy Summer ice pop recipe

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