St. Patrick’s Day Cocktail: Guinness Float Recipe

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with cappuccino-caramel ice cream

2 glasses filled with Guinness Float and on a white and black plate and Guinness beer poured in one of the glasses.
No one knows fun as the Irish do. It’s no wonder that St. Patrick’s Day is one hell of a party, no matter where you celebrate it. In honor of this great nation, I created this Guinness Float recipe to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day or any other day as a matter of fact.
This recipe is so simple that it would be a disservice to this recipe to write a whole bible-style guide on how to make it and how it tastes and what you can do with like I do with most of my recipes. So I’m going to keep it short.
2 glasses filled with Guinness Float.
This Guinness Float cocktail recipe taste like a good pub party is easy you can make it drunk, and it’s so fun that you’ll have to be careful your kids (if any) don’t drink it. Serve this cocktail during your St. Patrick’s Day gathering or just anytime you’re feeling Irish. Have a blast!
2 glasses filled with Guinness Float and on a white and black plate and Guinness beer poured in one of the glasses.
St. Patrick's Day Cocktail: Guinness Float Recipe
Prep Time
5 mins
Total Time
5 mins
 

Guinness Float "cocktail" recipe with cappuccino-caramel ice cream for your next St. Patrick's Day celebration.

Servings: 1 drink
Ingredients
  • 1/4 Guinness bottle
  • 3 scoops coffee ice cream
Instructions
  1. In a tall glass add 3 scoops of ice cream. Top off with Guinness beer.

2 glasses filled with Guinness Float and 2 spoons in front.

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