Tag: Aberdeen

Top of the hops

For the second year running, Stew ‘n’ Drew popped along to the North Hop food and drink festival in Aberdeen, bringing an eclectic mix of ice cream flavours for festival goers to sample and enjoy.

Yet again our cask-strength whisky ice cream went down a treat. As did our recent BrewDog ice cream and sorbet creations since so much of the crowd at North Hop are craft beer enthusiasts.

Our Green Apple & Wasabi ice cream made a comeback, surprising and delighting those who tried it, with some adventurous souls coming back for more.

We didn’t neglect to offer some of our more traditional flavours either and the entire weekend was a blast, meaning happy days at North Hop for Stew ‘n’ Drew.

Ice cream for punks

Stew ‘n’ Drew truly put the fun into a Friday night when we dropped by BrewDog in Aberdeen with a couple of crafty surprises.

In a special collaboration with the Scottish craft brewer’s Castlegate branch, we created two brand new flavours using BrewDog beer.

The Granite City party crowd got a taster of the milk stout goodness that is Jet Black Heart ice cream as well as the kingly Elvis Juice sorbet (pictured), a hoptastic grapefruit kiss of a dessert.

Suffice to say the results of Stew ‘n’ Drew’s meets BrewDog went down very well with craft beer fans. Cheers folks!

Granite City goodness

The Stew ‘n’ Drew’s bandwagon rolled into Aberdeen recently for what was a big weekend for us in the Granite City.

Our ice cream hit the Cones and Candy ice cream parlour in Westhill for the first time – where you can now choose from dozens of our flavours – and there was our appearance at the North Hop festival at the Lemon Tree.

We brought along the ice cream bike and blackboard for this day-long celebration of food, drink and live music. As you can see from the blackboard, we pushed the boundaries somewhat with our offerings.

Wowie Rowie went down well with an Aberdeen audience while Green Apple & Wasabi proved a hot ticket. First to run out was the Whisky (Mental) which is our ice cream made with cask-strength whisky. One spoonful and we even had one customer swearing at us. In a good way.

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