Recipe from a ward clerk I worked with about 15 years ago. . .I have a new bottle of Applejack and I am looking for ways to use it! Make sure you use a lighter beer, otherwise the bolder beer flavors will compete with the brandy and it just doesn't work ( I tried it with an unfiltered wheat and it left much to be desired LOL).
DH and I are sampling Drambuie and Glenlivet recipes tonight. I loved this Warm Woolly Sheep recipe! I've seen recipes for this drink on several different sites, but none specify how much milk, so I suppose you could add to your liking. For me, 1/2 cup of fat-free milk was perfect. For the scotch, we used Glenlivet. Very warming (and potent)!
These take patience...up to 3 weeks to marry the flavors. Pour an ounce or two into cordial glasses or small wine glasses. Can be poured over crushed ice to reduce the sweetness and alcohol and increase the richness of the aroma. These also make an elegant addition to coffee. Adapted from Southern Living.