Guinness milkshake

Guinness Milkshake

Guinness milkshake

For the gourmands who appreciate Guinness, we advise you to try the amazing Guinness Milkshake recipe! The Irish have the good idea to associate their favourite beer with all kinds of sauces: so why not turn it into an unusual iced drink? Very easy to make, this recipe will refresh you on hot summer days in Ireland … and its taste will give you a tasty iced moment! Don’t hesitate to try it!

The Guinness Milkshake

When greediness comes in the Irish style…

No, you’re not dreaming: after the Guinness Ice Cream, there is the Guinness Milkshake! This milk drink is simply made from vanilla ice cream, milk… and the famous Irish beer! The whole is then topped with whipped cream and toppers (chocolate decoration, fans…etc.) for more delicacy!

You will obtain a kind of ice cream with perfectly balanced flavours, combining coffee, vanilla and caramel aromas! The bitterness of the brown beer is broken by the sweetness of the vanilla. Something to feast on, and to refresh yourself, especially in hot weather! Not all irish pubs offer them, but it is more common to see them served during the summer months.

They can be found at street vendors, a few pubs, but also in some local ice cream shops.

Don’t miss to test this original milkshake: although quite rich, it has the advantage of being rather airy! Consume it for dessert or as a refreshing snack! Another way to indulge in the Irish way!

Guinness Milkshake Recipe


For 2 glasses

  • 4 scoops of vanilla ice cream
  • 1 small glass of fresh milk
  • 1 large can of Guinness
  • chantilly
  • white and dark chocolate shavings or dark chocolate coulis


  • Place 2 scoops of ice cream in 2 pints of Guinness and mix them roughly with the milk.
  • Sprinkle each glass with the contents of half a can.
  • Add the whipped cream and chocolate chips (or dark chocolate coulis).
  • All you have to do is taste it through a straw!

The result is delicious. Of course, to consume in moderation: let’s not forget that it is alcohol.

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