Leave the pretty striping drips down the glass.Or mix it all up for that classic float look.I workout everyday, I drink almost two gallons of water a day and I eat one raw meal a day. Will I ever give up my beer? HECK no. I’d like to say I do all of the above, so that I can indulge happily and guilt freely. And beer is one of my favorite indulgences. So the other day I bought a big ole bottle of Guinness Draught and while I love dark beer enough to drink it straight, I wanted to make a little something special with this bad boy. Behold, this Guinness beer float recipe.
Growing up I was actually never a fan of root beer floats, I wish I can say I was just a float snob and was waiting to be of age to try the real deal. But in actuality, I just respect ice cream so much, I wouldn’t dare add anything to it. (so does that make me an ice cream snob?) That’s what I love about these floats, there is no ice cream in them. Instead, I used condensed milk to sweeten it up and added a dollop of whipped cream on top. Guys, so good. For these dwindling days of Summer, I would so recommend making this for a weekend afternoon on the porch.
Happy Saturday and hope your weekend is swell!