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BEER FLOATS! BEER FLOATS! BEER FLOATS!

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    The Hills Market’s July 21 Harvest Happy Hour combines the best of two worlds as we present our second installment of Beer Floats. We’ll be pouring five different floats featuring Ayars Family Farm Ice Cream (new, from Mechanicsburg, Ohio) and a variety of stouts, lambics and unique beers selected by Constance to go especially well with the frozen treat. The floats are $1.75 each or you can try a flight (5) for $7.50.

    As with all Harvest Happy Hours, we’ll feature wine and beer special (sans ice cream), and will serve food samples (featuring Wayward Seed Farm produce).

    JULY 21 | 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

    #387939

    CheeseFoodie
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    Yum, Wayward and beer floats, go Hills!

    #387940

    patient_zero
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    Another great tasting from the splendid staff at Hills Market, and excellent timing with the Summer heat. I’m looking forward to this!

    #387941

    CheeseFoodie
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    Me too! Hope the weather cooperates so I can bike up there…

    #387942
    Lauren Wilson
    Lauren Wilson
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    I wants.

    #387943

    Lakee911
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    So it just isn’t root beer that goes with ice cream to make a float? You all put beer and ice cream together?

    #387944

    patient_zero
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    Lakee911 wrote >>
    So it just isn’t root beer that goes with ice cream to make a float? You all put beer and ice cream together?

    Well, not just any beer, but float appropriate flavored or styled beers. Can you imagine a raspberry lambic beer with a vanilla ice cream floaty in it?
    This is good stuff, Jason. Good stuff.

    #387945
    Lauren Wilson
    Lauren Wilson
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    My fave combo ever is Founders KBS and jeni’s vanilla…yusss.

    #387946

    patient_zero
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    osulew wrote >>
    My fave combo ever is Founders KBS and jeni’s vanilla…yusss.

    Yeah, we won’t be sippin’ any of Lauren’s Pabst Blue Ribbon with vanilla ice cream on the 21st of July!

    #387947
    Lauren Wilson
    Lauren Wilson
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    patient_zero wrote >>

    osulew wrote >>
    My fave combo ever is Founders KBS and jeni’s vanilla…yusss.

    Yeah, we won’t be sippin’ any of Lauren’s Pabst Blue Ribbon with vanilla ice cream on the 21st of July!

    Of course not…the only proper mixer for PBR is uber-spicy bloody mary mix, a splash of worcestershire sauce, horseradish, and a bit of sriracha. :)

    #387948

    Lakee911
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    I guess just any old beer could be nasty. So, SJT has a creme brulee stout on tap… am I on the right track? :)

    #387949

    Lakee911
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    I guess just any old beer could be nasty. So, SJT has a creme brulee stout on tap… am I on the right track? :)

    #387950
    Lauren Wilson
    Lauren Wilson
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    Sure. That would work. Anything dark and sweet usually works…fruity lambics work…meads might work. Young’s double chocolate stout with a splash of Lindeman’s framboise + ice cream = win too.

    #387951

    patient_zero
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    Now you’re thinking in the right direction. Guinness and ice cream, also the right direction.

    #387952

    Lakee911
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    Ok I wanna come! :)

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