Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Prairie Artisan Ales
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A Note on This Beer
The original pineapple upside cake recipe was invented in the early 1900s after James Dole came up with a way to can pineapples. Fast-forward to 2020, and Prairie Artisan Ales has discovered an even better way to can-up that sweet, fruity goodness!
No need to start with a can of pineapples and gather baking ingredients — the Prairie folks went ahead and did all the work! They brewed this scrumptious Sour Ale with real pineapple, pecans, cherries, and, wait for it… yellow cake batter!
Each sip is like a melty pineapple sherbet rendition of the summery treat, going down smoother than even the fluffiest cake version could. And, if that’s not enough to warrant second (or even third) helpings, the easygoing 4.9% ABV also says it’s okay.
So, enough with baking in hot, sweaty kitchens or wasting time with trips to the grocery store. This can ‘o cake is a straight shot to pineapple pastry heaven!
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