Sick and uninterested in the beer business’s lack of pancake-infused beer choices? To not fear, as a result of IHOP has you coated.
The chain, well-known for its breakfast menu (and now, arguably, its burgers), has partnered with New York brewery Keegan Ales to debut IHOPS Pumpkin Pancake Stout, impressed by the Pumpkin Spice pancakes at the moment provided in eating places.
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The beer would not simply take inspiration from IHOP’s new pancakes, both — it additionally takes components. The chain’s stout is alleged to mix “IHOP’s signature Buttermilk pancake batter combine with components from its fall menu” to acquire its distinctive taste, in response to a press launch.
“Yearly, our company eagerly await the return of our seasonal pancakes: Pumpkin Spice, Cinn-A-Stack, and a brand new mixture of the 2 this 12 months, Pumpkin Cinn-A-Stacks, which tastes similar to a pumpkin pie and a cinnamon roll married and had a meals child,” mentioned IHOP chief advertising officer Brad Haley within the press launch. “Our promoting company, Droga5, recommended that those self same components that make our fall pancakes so scrumptious would additionally make an excellent tasting beer, and we wholeheartedly agreed.”
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Sadly, although, these wishing to style IHOPS can’t merely stroll into their native IHOP to provide it a attempt. The beer will solely be out there at sure distributors and festivals within the New York space — see a full checklist of bars and festivals providing IHOPs right here — and just for a restricted time by way of October.
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It’s at the moment unclear if IHOP and Keegan Ales have any subsequent plans to deliver IHOPS to a bigger market earlier than fall ends, or if drinkers exterior of New York will merely must resort to mixing Bisquick right into a Guinness.