It’s the food cooperation that nobody was waiting on: Cadbury Creme Egg beer.
Yes, that’s right. The well-known sweet Easter reward will soon be readily available in beer type.
The item is the outcome of an unlikely partnership between Cadbury and Goose Island Brewery, which is based in Chicago, to mark 50 years because the Creme Egg was released.
The signature sweet reward is a staple at Easter, renowned for its sweet cream interior and milk chocolate exterior that has actually led numerous to create their own Creme Egg-based desserts, with dishes readily available for everything from Creme Egg brownies to cookies.
Developed by Goose Island’s Head Brewer, the restricted edition “Golden Goo-Beer-Lee Creme Stout”, as it’s been called, is a mix of malted barley, oats, wheat and milk sugar, which is said to imitate the abundant and creamy texture of the chocolate egg.
The beverage has also been brewed with cacao nibs and vanilla beans for an extra Creme Egg-like flavour.
Raphael Capitani, Brand Supervisor, Cadbury Creme Egg, stated: “We’re thrilled to reveal our collaboration with Goose Island and limited-edition Golden Goo-Beer-Lee Creme Stout that is offered now for all Cadbury Creme Egg lovers to try.
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” We have always commemorated the special and wonderful methods of enjoying a Cadbury Creme Egg and with this launch we are taking EATertainment to an entire new level. We can’t wait on individuals to attempt our extremely first beer and raise a glass to 5 scrumptious decades of Cadbury Creme Egg!”
Andrew Walton, Master Maker at Goose Island, added that he hopes the new item will appeal to a “wide variety” of people.
” We wished to make certain that for whoever tried this beer, it would be unique and scrumptious,” he said.
” The tasty flavours of the stout enhance the renowned Cadbury Creme Egg; we wished to big up the chocolate and creaminess of the beer while keeping it incredibly drinkable.”