Yuengling’s Ice Cream

Jan 23, 2014

Category: Food

What do you do when the feds shut down your brewery? If you’re Yuengling’s, and it’s 1920, you make, uhh, ice cream. Yep, it’s a factoid; the pride of Pennsylvania made ice cream for 65 years before giving it up. Now, Yuengling is feeling frosty and churning up the creamy goodness once again.

There’s no alcohol involved, but the flavors include Black & Tan, which certainly sounds like it could take the edge off. Vanilla Fudge Chunk with Pretzels, Root Beer Float, and Espresso Chocolate Chip are among the other ways you can top off your Yuengling-fueled fun. Of course there’s no law against adding a scoop of Black & Tan to a glass of Black & Tan and making a beer float without the root. Look for it in East Coast supermarket freezers soon. [Purchase]

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