Graeter’s teams up with brewery to make ice cream-inspired beer

Graeter’s Ice Cream has partnered with Kentucky-based Braxton Brewing Co. to release an ice-cream inspired stout beer.

The Cincinnati-based ice cream manufacturer and Braxton will release the Black Raspberry Chocolate Chip Stout on Feb 3.

The canned beverages will hit Kroger stores and other grocery retailers in Cincinnati, Dayton, Lexington and Louisville beginning Feb. 6.

“We’re excited to partner with another local family company to create something truly unique,” said Richard Graeter, CEO of Graeter’s. “As a Cincinnati-grown company ourselves, we’re proud to support not only local companies, but also craft brands that are just as passionate about preserving their authenticity as we are.”

Black Raspberry Chocolate Chip is an ice cream featuring black raspberries from Oregon’s Willamette Valley and gourmet bittersweet chocolate chips. The beer will only be available for a limited time, according to a release.

Graeter's, which has several locations in the area, have more than 50 retail stores in the U.S. and can be found in more than 6,000 grocery stores in 56 states. Braxton is located in Covington, Ky.


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