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Whoever you need to “butter up” this holiday season will certainly appreciate this creamy, saison-infused spread on holiday rolls and breads.


A saison’s lemony, spicy notes add levity to creamy mascarpone and tangy apricots; a drizzle of Belgian ale-infused balsamic glaze sends this picnic-perfect dessert over the top.

Avocado toast is having a moment, and for good reason: Those delicious little green slices turn into a creamy spread in seconds.

A tart, vibrant Berliner weisse punches up this classic cobbler’s biscuit topping—bonus points if you use a seasonal fruited version like Dogfish Head Festina Peche. Don’t forget a scoop of ice cream on top.

Perfect for toting to a summer barbecue, this easy-to-bake cake relies on a one-two punch of raspberries, both fresh and from the bottle.

This blueberry beer-spiked crust is truly excellent, but if baking isn’t your thing, you can assemble the tart in a store-bought graham cracker crust.

Bright, sunny summer ales are made for celebrations; so are these tangy, beer-spiked bars that’ll fast become your potluck showstopper.

Tart, green Granny Smiths steeped in beer hold their own in this gorgeous tart that’s simpler than it looks.

A zippy hefe gives this pound cake some oomph; the beer teams with orange for a curd you’ll want to spoon on everything.

Bathe Granny Smith rings in beer batter, fry and dust: Dessert is served.

Even frozen, your favorite mead's flavor shines in these fruity, herbed-up ice pops.

If the aroma doesn’t sell you on these sweet, cider-infused squares, the fact that you don’t have to roll out pie crust will.

Cranberries steep in a tart berry lambic to up the sour factor, which works famously within an otherwise heavy holiday spread.

Cherry juice, ginger and a touch of simple syrup turn a sour beer into crowd-worthy punch.


Lime, tangerine and orange liqueur in a witbier cocktail herald that sticky-chin-after-biting-into-juicy-citrus feeling.

A blueberry ale melds nicely with these muffins’ tart rhubarb, but your favorite fruit beer will work just as well.

Have a double dose of weisse for breakfast: Pour the beer in these airy pancakes, then stir some into the fruity compote topping.

A honeyed beer plus more honey plus apple juice can only equal a sweet beer cocktail; a dose of gin gives this drink its edge.

A cousin of crisps and crumbles, slumps consist of fruit baked on the stovetop with pillowy dumplings steamed on top; ours is spiked with a berry lambic and loaded with fall fruits.

We stole strawberry shortcake’s innocence, adding a malty doppelbock to it’s biscuit and splashing the berries with white balsamic vinegar.


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