Make Beer Ice Cream for Father’s Day

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    Beer Ice Cream
    Beer Ice Cream
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    Make this beer ice cream by Louise Emerick for Father's Day! You can choose from a wide variety of malty beers, depending on your preference. But avoid overly hoppy beers (that's hoppy as in hops, not happy as in too much beer!) since hops tend to become very bitter bitter when heated.
    Servings
    10 serves
    Cook Time Passive Time
    30 minutes 24 hours
    Servings
    10 serves
    Cook Time Passive Time
    30 minutes 24 hours
    Beer Ice Cream
    Beer Ice Cream
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    Make this beer ice cream by Louise Emerick for Father's Day! You can choose from a wide variety of malty beers, depending on your preference. But avoid overly hoppy beers (that's hoppy as in hops, not happy as in too much beer!) since hops tend to become very bitter bitter when heated.
    Servings
    10 serves
    Cook Time Passive Time
    30 minutes 24 hours
    Servings
    10 serves
    Cook Time Passive Time
    30 minutes 24 hours
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    Instructions
    1. Pour beer into liquid measuring cup. Add 5 ounces beer to 8-inch skillet and bring to simmer over medium heat. Simmer until beer is reduced by half, about 10 minutes, lowering heat as necessary to avoid creating too much foam. Return reduced beer to measuring cup with remaining 7 ounces beer, add vanilla, and stir to combine.
    2. Place fine-mesh strainer over shallow medium bowl. Prepare ice bath in large bowl.
    3. Whisk together sugar, salt, and egg yolks in large saucepan until smooth. Whisk in cream and cook, stirring constantly, over medium-low heat, until mixture thickens to custardy consistency and registers 180 degrees, about 10 minutes (custard should coat back of spoon enough that dragging your finger through custard on spoon’s back leaves visible trail).
    4. Immediately pour mixture through strainer set over shallow bowl, whisk in beer mixture, and set in ice bath. Whisk occasionally until custard reaches room temperature, then cover tightly with plastic wrap and refrigerate at least 8 hours.
    5. Freeze in ice cream maker according to manufacturer’s instructions. Transfer to glass or plastic container, press plastic wrap or waxed paper against surface of ice cream, and cover with tight-fitting lid. Freeze until firm, at least 8 hours and preferably 24 hours.
    6. Enjoy this great treat with dad! Ice cream will keep, frozen, up to 5 days.
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