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Old 02-07-2013, 03:57 AM   #1
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So, I had some left over centennial pellets that I put in a ziplock baggy in the freezer door next to the box of ice cream sandwiches. The sandwiches are in paper wrappers, and picked up a slight hop aroma, and a pretty good hop flavor! I was actually quite surprised at how well this tasted. Makes me wonder why no one makes hop flavored ice cream?

There's an icecream place here in central ohio that makes some crazy flavors, I wonder if I could get them to make some hopcream?


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Old 02-07-2013, 05:56 PM   #2
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I expected to come into this thread and read about some kind of crazy experiment gone horribly wrong.

To my pleasant suprise, this sounds awesome. I might have to try this.


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Old 02-07-2013, 06:10 PM   #3
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I have several pounds of homegrown hops (centennial, columbus, cascade) in the freezer of my kegerator. My wife put a bag of dinner rolls in with the hops. A few weeks later we had rolls with dinner and I was having a terrible time figuring out what was that odd flavor in the rolls. I couldn't decide if I liked it. Then, I recalled where my wife got the rolls. Come to think of it...that could be a brew kit! Just add water!
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Old 02-07-2013, 11:53 PM   #4
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There's an icecream place here in central ohio that makes some crazy flavors, I wonder if I could get them to make some hopcream?
Jenni's? I freaking love that ice cream place! Might not be a best seller though.
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Time to buy a cheap ice cream maker on Amazon, and experiment with some pellets
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This is awesome. My local homebrew shop has hop candy. Unfortunately, it isn't very good.
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Jenni's? I freaking love that ice cream place! Might not be a best seller though.
That's Jeni's, you blasphemer! One "n"! They have, quite simply, the best ice cream I have ever had, anywhere, ever, period. I live in Toledo and the local Kroger carries a few flavors... it's awesome. However, nothing compares to strolling Columbus and stopping at one of their shops.
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I'm intrigued and am willing to take the hit. My wife is going to get the ingredients this weekend and I just put the ice cream make jacket in the freezer. I will try the cascade I have first. Any idea on how to put it in? Try an extraction or just put in pellets?
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Hop chunkolate chip, or smooth and creamy cascade? Hard choice. I'm sure it'll be overwhelming either way
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I'm intrigued and am willing to take the hit. My wife is going to get the ingredients this weekend and I just put the ice cream make jacket in the freezer. I will try the cascade I have first. Any idea on how to put it in? Try an extraction or just put in pellets?
Steep them in the ice cream mixture as it is being heated. That way you draw some of the flavor and aroma.


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