Buttermilk Ice Cream Ingredients
- 9 oz buttermilk
- 8 oz cream
- 4 oz sugar
- 1 tbsp milk powder
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 5 egg yolks
- 1/2 tsp powdered gelatin
Buttermilk Ice Cream Instructions
- In a medium steel bowl, combine milk powder, sugar, salt, and gelatin.
- In a small pot, heat buttermilk and cream to a simmer and whisk in dry mixture.
- Transfer egg yolks to the empty medium steel bowl and slowly whisk simmering dairy mixture into the yolks. Add the dairy slowly so that the eggs do not cook to quickly, the goal is to slowly warm the egg mixture, whisking constantly.
- Return egg and dairy mixture to the small pot, and cook over medium flame, whisking constantly until thickened slightly, about 8 minutes.
- Chill ice cream base in the refrigerator.
- Set-up the Smart Scoop ice cream maker and chill the mixer. When canister is cold, pour the cold sorbet base into the machine and set the texture level to the softest ice cream setting. Spin until cycle is complete.
Scoop ice cream into a pint glass and top with Allagash Cerise, serve with a straw and a spoon.
To make it even more fancy, add a sorbet with the ice cream to the float
Coolship Cerise Sorbet Ingredients
- 16 oz coolship cerise
- 4 oz sugar
- 3 1/4 tsp salt
- 1 tbsp + 2 tsp lemon juice
Coolship Cerise Sorbet Instructions
- Melt ingredients together and chill quickly in refrigerator.
- Set-up the Smart Scoop ice cream maker and chill the mixer. When canister is cold, pour the cold sorbet base into the machine and set the texture level to the softest sorbet setting.
- Spin until cycle is complete.
Allagash Coolship Cerise is brewed using a traditional Belgian process. Allagash cools wort (unfermented liquid that will be turned into beer) overnight using outside air temperature in a “Coolship,” while naturally occurring yeast from the air inoculates the wort. This is then transferred to oak wine barrels and aged for 24-36 months. Coolship Cerise spends the last 6 months aging on 100 lbs of fresh Maine cherries (a blend of Montmorency and Balaton varieties) per oak barrel. Coolship Cerise is pale red in color with cherry and spice in the aroma. Cherry, oak and spice punctuate the flavor of this tart beer. A tart, dry finish makes Coolship Cerise remarkably drinkable. 8.1% ABV.