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Oktoberfest Recipe: Beer Creme Brulee

Beer Week Continues!
Germany is goregous. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to visit this amazing Country a few years ago. I even took a 7 hour train ride across the contry side on a beautiful day in September. And although tourist are flocking to Munich by the millions this month, and no offense to the Capitol City, my favorite place was Idar Oberstein.  I like to travel off the beaten path, although the Festival in Munich does sound like a helluva good time.
For this recipe, which I loved SO much, I used another incredible local craft beer, this one came from  Bison Brewing. Honey Basil Beer. It’s local (to those of us in California), it’s organic and the flavors are amazing.


Get the recipe on my other blog, The Beeroness!

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Tina@flourtrader September 21, 2011 um 12:14 pm

When I was younger our family almost moved there, but instead we ended up in California. However that did not change the fact that I really enjoy sampling different kinds of international beers. I like this unique recipe and I will keep an eye out for a similar type beer so I can try this. Well done.

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Karriann Graf September 21, 2011 um 12:52 pm

What a great idea, perfect for all the fall beers. Happy Baking!

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Lindsey@Lindselicious September 21, 2011 um 1:48 pm

Oooh Honey Basil beer sounds so good. I would love to try this with pumpkin beer! Creme brulee is definately in my top 5 favorite desserts!

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Stephanie @ Eat. Drink. Love. September 21, 2011 um 5:23 pm

Beer Creme Brulee?! What a great idea! I would have never thought about this! Yum yum!

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Megan {Country Cleaver} May 21, 2012 um 8:34 pm

You’re my hero. Like you didn’t know that already…

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