Hazy-O from Dogfish Head! beer is now also dairy-free ice cream
We all know that Dogfish Head Brewery products can make you dizzy if you have enough, but your brain freezes?
For the first time in the history of the Milton-based brewery, Dogfish has its own ice cream.
And, yes, there is alcohol in it.
Dogfish has teamed up with alcoholic ice cream makers Tipsy Scoops for a line of Hazy-O! ice cream, named after the Hazy-O! Dogfish beer which was first launched in February.
Much like the 7.1% ABV infusion, its ice cream cousin is made from oat milk, making it a dairy-free frozen treat. The ice cream itself displays around 5% ABV.
“The oat milk gives him a dreamy cloudy, silky mouth feel and a wonderful toasted nutty flavor. He cried out to be made into ice cream,” said Sam Calagione, who founded Dogfish Head with his female, Mariah, over 25 years old. years ago.
Hazy-O ice cream arrives two months after Dogfish Head brand pickles hit the market in collaboration with Philadelphia’s Brine Street Picklery.
The $ 6.99 jars of buttery pickle bread and crisps – don’t worry, there’s no alcohol in them – are only available at select Giant stores in Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Virginia – Western. They’re infused with Dogfish’s SeaQuench Ale, the sour session made with lime zest, lime juice, black lime and sea salt that debuted in the summer of 2016.
While sour and sour pickles are in stores, there’s only one place you can buy Hazy-O ice cream and that’s online if you’re 21 or older.
Individual pints ($ 12.95) and packs of four ($ 49) are available at tipsyscoop.com, and the first batches come out on Monday July 12. The ice cream is available to ship to all 50 states while supplies last, brewery officials said.
Made with oat milk from the plant-based food company Elmhurst 1925 – the same oat milk found in Hazy-O! beer – ice cream is “filled with notes of chocolate, caramel, cinnamon and coconut”.
This is the first Tipsy Scoop ice cream to use oat milk to accompany its other lactose-filled varieties, including a 5% ABV peanut butter whiskey with a chocolate swirl.
Dogfish Head is best known for using fruits and interesting foods as ingredients in beer rather than injecting their beers into snacks.
The 6.3% ABV Black Rye IPA is sold in 16-ounce packs ($ 17) and is also in brewing brewing.
Dogfish celebrated the collaboration between iconic beach brands this past weekend by serving a special breakfast on a limited edition ‘Doughfish’ bagel created exclusively for Dogfish with many of the same DelaWeAre ingredients, including brewing beans. , caraway seeds and peppercorns. .
Topped with local scrapple, the sandwich also included Fifer Orchards apple butter, Cabot Creamery white cheddar cheese, a poached egg, and bitter greens.
And, sorry, that one isn’t available by mail order like ice cream.