The Cincinnati ice cream maker Grater's started in 1868 and is now run by the fourth generation.
Graeter’s Ice Cream and Kentucky-based Braxton Brewing Co. have partnered up again to bring back the highly popular Black Raspberry Chocolate Chip Milk Stout beer.
The Cincinnati-based ice cream company will re-launch its Black Raspberry Chocolate Chip flavor beer with Braxton with a few changes to the original recipe. The new batch will have more pure black raspberry puree in the beer. Also, for the first time, the brew will be available in Columbus and Nashville.
The unique milk stout will once again be available starting in early February at Cincinnati, Dayton, Lexington, Louisville, Nashville and Columbus-area Kroger markets for a limited time.
Based on feedback from customers last year, the brewery has infused even more of Graeter’s proprietary pure Black Raspberry purée.
“We hand-crafted a new recipe to ensure that we released a beer we know craft food and beer lovers will appreciate, and the new Black Raspberry Chocolate Chip Milk Stout recipe does just that,” said Jake Rouse, Braxton’s co-founder and CEO.