“I enjoy all kinds of different beers, but Sofie is a personal favorite of mine,”
says Frozen Pints co-founder
“The wine and citrus notes are a match for lighter, fruity flavors, and nothing says spring like Strawberry.”
Just in time for spring, Atlanta-based
has joined forces with Chicago’s Goose Island Brewery to release “
” craft beer ice cream throughout Georgia as part of its Limited Release series.
Following its successful partnership with Terrapin Brewing Company this winter, Frozen Pints’ second limited release marks its first collaboration flavor with a brewery located in another state and its first use of a farmhouse ale. Featuring one of Goose Island’s Vintage Ales, Sofie – a tart, dry, sparking Belgian farmhouse ale fermented with wild yeasts and aged in wine barrels, Frozen Pints’ latest offering complements the beer’s citrusy, tart notes with hints of strawberry. Promising a subtle and light flavor that finishes like champagne - slightly sweet, yet clean and bright, Frozen Pints’ Strawberry Sofie will be available beginning in mid-March 2014.
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