Blizzy: Orange Blizzicle
Fifth Frame Brewing Co.
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About This Beer
Remember those little orange and vanilla-swirled sherbet cups they’d sometimes give out as treats in elementary school? The ones that came with the little wooden spoon?
This beer tastes exactly — EXACTLY! — like that.
Seriously. Lucky tasters call it “the most orange creamsicle I’ve ever tasted. So incredibly creamy and thick.” And saying “this one is ridiculous. It’s orange and vanilla beer on a stick!”
How did the crew at Hoosier do it? We have no idea! The brewers are keeping the exact recipe a secret. But if we had to guess, we’d say they added a freezer’s worth of actual creamsicles, orange sorbet, and vanilla soft serve to their mash tun. That’s certainly what it tastes like.
Thick Creamy Fruity Dessert Inspired
Very rich beer. I wish there was a bit more of the vanilla taste. The orange dreamsicle kind of over powers the vanilla. Still solid but could only have one.
Thick and smooth, sweet… a touch too sweet and really not at all sour. I was hoping for more.
Very thick, too rich and not in a good way. Needs more orange and less cream.
Just too rich. Great after taste but the initial sip is so thick. I guess it’s exactly what you’d want if you don’t mind creamy
it's like drinking a orange Creamsicle it's delicious wish I ordered more of these
it's okay. kind of like an Orange Julius.
This thing just tastes phenomenal. It’s got a really well balanced, orange smoothie flavor, with a sweet, smooth, slightly carbonated taste as well. Could drink like 5 in a row
Tastes like a creamy orange Dreamsicle, but has a slightly funk taste on the back end
super rich with creamsicle flavor, but maybe a bit sweet. overall delicious though.
it's an adult Creamsicle!
We really enjoyed this. It's everything it says it is. Like fresh juicy Tang. Right down to that nostalgic wooden stick flavor. Wish I had gotten more.
I really liked the flavor but it was too sweet. I wouldn’t be mad though if I had to drink it again