A hearty believer that life should be filled with fun and whimsy, Sam weaves together a colorful journey through her delicious creations. Follow along with her recipe tutorials, get sneak peeks into exclusive brand photo shoots, and have a great time along the way. No judgement here, just scrumptious fun!
Many of you may not know that in addition to running The Frosted Petticoat, I also serve as a contributing writer to Liquor.com. Not only do I send them articles on topics that interest me, I also get requests from the editorial staff. One such recent request led me on a fortuitous road toward one of the tastiest cocktails I have every concocted… the Campfire Stout! So tasty in fact, that the editors at Liquor.com placed it in their top 5 cocktails for Autumn. See their full list here and get an exclusive peak of my write-up and photos below!
There is nothing dreamier than enjoying a beer by the campfire on a chilly Fall night. Add to that some s’mores and you pretty much have reached Autumn perfection. So with that heavenly night in mind, I have created the Campfire Stout Cocktail. Chocolate stout, bourbon, crème de cassis, and marshmallow fluff combines for a nostalgic and uniquely delicious beer cocktail.
Although the final drink looks complicated, it is quite easy to whip up. Let’s walk through it together, shall we? Dip the rim of the beer glass in melted chocolate (or your favorite chocolate spread!) and then immediately dip it in a bowl of crushed graham cracker cookies.
Add 1 ½ ounces of bourbon and ½ ounce of crème de cassis to the glass.
Top off with the whole bottle of chocolate stout.
Add a heaping dollop of marshmallow fluff to the top and take your decadent creation to the fireside, my friends!
There you have it! A dessert-inspired beer cocktail for Autumn enjoyment. Happy Fall!
Love to try this. It looks great!
I’m not a big stout drinker, but this recipe may change that! Looks so good…
I would love to make this cocktail for Thanksgiving Dinner!
This would be interesting to try!
This looks really delicious! I had no idea you are a contributing writer to Liquor.com. Thanks for the Fall drink idea!
What a nicely designed drink.
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