Beer Flavored Ice Cream with Alcohol

Frozen Pints

Summer is in full swing, and what goes great with Summer?  Ice cream!!!  Why not enjoy a pint of your favorite beer flavor in ice cream form (with alcohol, too).  With a variety of flavors, there’s something for everyone. The only problem is they seem to only distribute in the Atlanta, Georgia area.  Anyone up for a road trip?

From their about us page:

Love at First Taste


Like most great ideas, Frozen Pints™ started as an accident…


Someone spilled a beer near the ice cream maker, and in a moment of slightly inebriated inspiration, we found our calling. After a short debate over which beer would do the honors, we chose our favorite and dumped it in. We got some crazy looks from fellow partygoers, but we were on a mission. Instead of dumping the hopped up cream to start a new batch, we let our two greatest loves intermingle and watched what happened. We couldn’t be happier with the results.


Our philosophy is simple. We use the finest craft beers and freshest local ingredients to bring you flavor combinations you’ve never experienced before. Or really, it’s the flavor you always knew, but you’ve been apart a while, and it seems different somehow. More mature. Did she get highlights, and is that a tattoo??


We hope you like what we have to offer. Sign up for our newsletter, read our blog, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. We update regularly with the latest on all things beer and ice cream. Oh, and don’t forget to check out our flavors.


Lastly, if you have a flavor idea, suggestion, or random thought about anything at all, send it our way. Something about that little flag on our inbox makes us all tingly inside… (and it’s not just the booze).

Read more below about Frozen Pints unique offerings…





Peach Lambic (1.0%)

European sophistication meets southern comfort.  The Belgian Lambic provides hints of juicy peaches, a lingering tartness and an almost champagne-like finish. Fruit and beer may be a unique combination to some, but those who have had a Lambic before will feel right at home.  And for the peach ice cream devotees, get ready for a fresh twist…


Honey IPA (2.4%)

Hopheads rejoice! We start with a classic American IPA – grassy, piney, and hoppy notes of course. Then we add a floral honey to temper the true-to-style bitterness. The result is a full, well-balanced flavor that’s completely unique. Dig in and you’ll taste the honey first, then the hoppy deliciousness around the back.  Bitter sweet perfection.


Pumpkin Ale (3.2%)

Forget the changing of the leaves – you know it’s Fall when Pumpkin Ale rolls around.  An incredibly complex beer does the legwork in this extra special seasonal flavor. Hints of cinnamon, allspice and nutmeg give you that pie in the mouth sort of feel.  It’s crisp and delicious; Fall in a pint.


Brown Ale Chip (1.6%)

Traditional Brown Ales can be pretty nutty, and the one we use is no exception.  We paired sweet chocolate chips with the hints of roasted hazelnut to create a warmth that surprises in an ice cream.  The flavor is delicate but unmistakably a classic brown – you’ll even get a little dryness at the finish.  Easy to try, easier to love.


Cinnamon Espresso Stout (2.7%)

Wake up your taste buds with this bold flavor.  It’s not for the faint of heart, but a must for the Stout or coffee lover.  We use a Stout brewed with real espresso beans that’s grounded by hints of oak and vanilla.  The only viable contender to balance this strong beer is fresh cinnamon.  Plus, it’s a familiar friend to your cup of Joe. As complex as it is delicious.


Vanilla Bock (3.1%)

This is the one that started it all. It was our first and an instant classic. The beer we use is a personal favorite – a complex Bock that we pair with Madagascar vanilla. The hints of banana, dark fruit, and cloves in this sweet cream will surprise and delight your taste buds. It’s sure to become a reliable go-to in your freezer (if you can resist polishing off the pint).


Malted Milk Chocolate Stout (2.1%)

For the chocoholics… a rich Chocolate Stout is enhanced with creamy malted milk in a simple yet satisfying blend. Milk balls are a classic movie snack, but it’s a different thing entirely when you throw a solid brew into the mix.  And while our treat tastes great with a bucket of popcorn, it stands just as well alone. Short and sweet.

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