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Ginger Ale Ice Cream Floats

From the Reed's Ginger Brew Company. A delicious take on traditional root beer floats. Tillamook ice cream would make a great pairing with the ginger brew.

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  • NOTE: original recipe specified Reed's Apple ginger brew.
  • Scoop 1 cup ice cream into individual sundae glasses.
  • Pour enough ginger brew to the top without spilling over.
  • Enjoy immediately. Diet later.
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"From the Reed's Ginger Brew Company. A delicious take on traditional root beer floats. Tillamook ice cream would make a great pairing with the ginger brew."
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  1. Annacia
    How have I missed this? .... Oh wait, I know, It isn't North African!. Kidding aside, this was a perfect refresher this afternoon. I always, well, usually, have ginger ale in the down stairs pantry where it stays colder than in the fridge so this was really fast and simple. Thanks CG for a lovely treat.
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  2. sofie-a-toast
    This was nice and refreshing on a hot day! Good change of pace however, i still love the root beer best.
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  3. Mrs Majors
    Family Favorite this is. We use tall iced tea glasses and long thin iced teaspoons to eat the ice cream before drinking it. :) This beverage was always served while watching Atlanta Braves games on TV at my grandparents'. Breyers vanilla ice cream and Canada Dry ginger ale.
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  4. SweetSueAl
    I grew up drinking these floats. We always used VERNORS ginger ale, which unfortunately, I can't get in Virginia. I went to Michigan this summer an brought back a few cases. The odd thing is that we called these Boston Coolers. Go figure.
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  5. Charishma_Ramchanda
    This is something I've tried in the past and everyone had a blast out of this. Thanks for bringing back happy memories:)
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