(For reference in the title see my ongoing "The Piss Beers of Upstate New York" series)
So what do you do when you have a frost-bitten bottom of a pint of Philly Vanilla, a single Stewart's Mountain Brew Ice rattling around your beer drawer, as well as a love for the "Before and After" category from Wheel of Fortune? Well, you make a Mountain Brew Ice Cream Float. That's what.
I have a sort of habit of turning Stewart's Shops products into weird works of food performance art. You can look at my "Capital Region in Aspic" post for more of this sort of thing (involves hot dogs in Mountain Brew aspic...). I am going to chalk this up to more of that nonsense.
Look at that beauty. Bask in it's fizzy glory.
"So Mr. Dave. How did it taste?" I think you can guess how this tasted. Not even ol' Philly Vanilly, the "#1 Best in the World,"vanilla ice cream could elevate the Mountain Brew ice cream float into the realm of palatability. As I have stated before, Mountain Brew can be wonderful served ice cold out of the can on a summer's day. But in this application it is, as expected, weird and funky.
There you have it. I've thoroughly amused myself with this endeavor and am sitting here chortling at my own perceived wit.