Beer Pastries

From ale brownies to Guinness cookies, here are four sweet ways to satisfy dessert and craft beer cravings in one.


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The Cravory has two flavors: an Irish Car Bomb cookie made with Guinness Stout dough, Bailey’s caramel, chocolate, brownie batter, and oats. At Ballast Point's tasting room, get their Victory at Sea cookie. 3960 West Point Loma Boulevard, Point Loma

Yummy Cupcakes makes a Guinness cupcake, comprised of a beer-infused batter and whipped topping. Have a favorite brew in mind? Bring in your own bottle and let the bakers customize a batch. 1514 Encinitas Boulevard, Encinitas

A classic dessert gets a boozy update at San Diego Brewing Co., where its chocolate fudge brownie is baked with Nut Brown Ale and topped with vanilla ice cream and chocolate syrup.
Worth the calories! 10450 Friars Road, Grantville

Try the Portzilla, a Samoa cookie-like combo at PubCakes that pairs Stone Smoked Porter and chocolate coffee ganache with caramelized coconut. Available at North Park and La Mesa farmers markets, and first Saturdays of the month at Little Italy Mercato

Guinness brownie from The Cravory
Guinness brownie from The Cravory

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