Ben & Jerry’s Salted Caramel Brownie Brown Ale

May 28, 2015

Category: Vices

If you’re looking for incredibly delicious and unique ice cream flavors in your favorite grocery store’s freezers, you’ll likely find a door filled with Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, filled with tasty flavors like Hazed & Confused, Karamel Sutra or Boston Cream Pie. Soon, you’ll  also be able to find that creativity in the beer aisle, as Ben & Jerry’s has announced a partnership with New Belgium that will enter them into the craft beer market.

The new brew will be New Belgium x Ben & Jerry’s Salted Caramel Brownie Brown Ale, and it will clock in at 6.3% ABV. We don’t have many details just yet except that the beer will be loaded with “chocolaty, salted-caramel, vanilla goodness,” and that sales of the brew will benefit the Protect Our Winters Organization. Hopefully, this won’t be a one-time venture for Ben & Jerrys, as the company’s creativity and ability to think outside of the box would work perfectly in the craft beer industry. Ben & Jerry’s Salted Caramel Brownie Brown Ale will be released in the fall, which if you ask us, just isn’t soon enough. [Purchase]

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