Handcrafted GelatoStout and Pretzels

We’ve tried to replicate the flavor profile of Braxton Brewing’s Dead Blow Tropical Stout. Braxton is a local, family-owned craft brewery near Graeter’s home office. For the ice cream, the same malt that goes into the Dead Blow brewing process helps create the dark color and background flavor of Stout & Pretzels. By including natural beer flavoring with associated fruity essence, the resulting creation brings to life this popular craft beer flavor. We’ve paired it with a chocolate covered pretzel piece. These pretzels have been “panned” (a traditional candy-making process which applies uniform coating to small pieces) with chocolate to preserve the freshness and crunch within the ice cream. This unique “Stout & Pretzel” flavor was a hit at Oktoberfest Zinzinnati where it was previewed a couple weeks ago.

Craft Legacy

French Pot Ice Cream

Graeter’s handcrafted ice cream is made the same way Louis and Regina Graeter made it in 1870. By hand. In 2½-gallon French pots. One batch at a time. With high quality ingredients. Like luscious, gourmet chocolate chips. No other ice cream is made this way. No other ice cream tastes this way. This thick. This rich. This irresistibly good.

Nutritional

Ingredients

Cream, milk, cane sugar, malt flavor (water, barley malt, hops, yeast), chocolate pretzel balls (Enriched Wheat Flour (iron as ferrous sulfate, niacin, thiamin mononitrate (B1), riboflavin (B2), folic acid), Canola Oil, Salt, Malted Barley Syrup, Yeast, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sugar, Coconut Oil, Skim Milk, Milk, Cocoa (processed with Alkali), Soy Lecithin, Natural flavors), skim milk, eggs, natural flavors, carob bean gum, guar gum.

ALLERGEN INFORMATION

Contains: milk, egg, wheat & soy

Gluten free.

We use good manufacturing practices to segregate allergens and avoid cross-contact with flavors that contain peanuts and tree nuts.

KOSHER CERTIFICATION

Star D Kosher Certification



NO rbst

We source our cream and milk from Ohio dairies, which certify that they are free of artificial growth hormones (rBST also known as rBGH). We think producing milk the way nature intended is better for everyone.

No significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rbst-treated and non-rbst treated cows.

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