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Bourbon Barrel Stout Sugar Cookies with Bourbon Barrel Smoked Sugar

Bourbon Barrel Stout Sugar Cookies with Bourbon Barrel Smoked Sugar

Bourbon Barrel Stout Sugar Cookies with Bourbon Barrel Smoked Sugar Oops I did it again. I went a little crazy with the Anderson Valley Brewing Company’s Bourbon Barrel Stout.  I just couldn’t help myself.  Then I happened to find some Bourbon Barrel Smoked Sugar when I stopped into the Savory Spice Shop to pick up…Continue Reading

Christmas Ale Cinnamon Rolls

Christmas Ale Cinnamon Rolls

Christmas Ale Cinnamon Rolls We’ve been hitting the home brew Christmas Ale pretty hard over here lately. While I do love to drink some Christmas Ale during the holidays, I especially have fun including it in recipes that really highlight what’s special about it. Speaking of what’s special, it occurred to me the other day…Continue Reading

Christmas Ale Caramels

Christmas Ale Caramels

Christmas Ale Caramels Don’t fear the candy thermometer. It won’t bite.  Seriously, it’s not as hard as it sounds!  Santa’s coming and he may want something else to go along with his cookies and milk.  Although, over here it’s more likely to be cookies and beer.  Or cookies made with beer.  Or caramels made with…Continue Reading

Coffee Porter Chocolate Brownie Cookies

Coffee Porter Chocolate Brownie Cookies

Coffee Porter Chocolate Brownie Cookies I do believe it’s officially cookie season. And I’m ready to celebrate! So let’s kick it off with some Coffee Porter Chocolate Brownie Cookies. Because who doesn’t love beer, chocolate, brownies, and cookies?  We all know that coffee and chocolate are the best of friends too! So, like magic, I…Continue Reading

Sweet Potato Ale Shortbread

Sweet Potato Ale Shortbread

Sweet Potato Ale Shortbread The Sweet Potato Ale drew the short stick. It’s always playing second fiddle.  The under-appreciated runner up to the homecoming queen and bell of the fall ball.  The pumpkin ale. Don’t get me wrong.  I love a pumpkin ale as much as anyone else.  I do prefer it in October rather…Continue Reading

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