Beer • Food
Julie Hadjinian, our graphic designing ninja/layout girl extraordinaire, recently stumbled upon a fine beverage discovery too awesome to ignore. We call epic moments like these “FTW” (For The Win) and feel the need to share them with the world.
We can’t take credit for creating it, but we wanted to share a recipe for beer popsicles that has us all worked up like a school bus full of 5th graders on a field trip. Yep, we’re rowdy and we can’t sit still.
The recipe comes from the same site that brought you the “Grownup Popsicles With Campari”. This recipe comes from Sarah Rae Trover of The Kitchn, a website dedicated to inspiring cooks and nourishing homes. She uses Tecate in the recipe, but we recommend expanding your vision outside of the box by using a beer with more flavor power than an adjunct lager. Mutineer recommends “bumping up” the concoction by using an IPA, or a pale ale with a strong citrus-hop presence!
6 teaspoons of Light Agave Nectar
6 cans of beer (we used Tecate)
1 bowl for each can of beer
6 plastic party cups (optional)
Combine all the ingredients. Place mixture into plastic cups, insert sticks of choice, and freeze for 3-4 hours (or overnight). For a more detailed list of instructions visit: Sarah Rae Trover at The Kitchn.