My hubby is a BIG Harry Potter Fan. Once, when we went to Colorado Springs, our son took us to a sandwich, soda place called “Squeak’s” and introduced us to their version of Butter Beer. I have been trying to create our own version ever since. If you goggle “Butter Beer” you will find that we are not alone in our quest. My Hubby likes this version the best. I originally found it here http://sevenbumkitchen.blogspot.com/, and they say they got it from Disneyland (must really be Universal Studios). Here is my version of their version.
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Butterscotch ice cream topping
Pour a little Cream Soda into the bottom of your glass. Add a heaping spoonful of the Butterscotch ice cream topping.
Stir it together well.
Add some more Cream Soda to your mixture, gently stir and let sit.
In another bowl, mix, 2 big spoonsful of whipped topping, a spoonful of Butterscotch ice cream topping, and a splash of Cream Soda.
Gently spoon the foam into the top of the soda in the glass. Let it set for a few minutes, for the flavors to blend,
and the foam to grow.
Here is another version and a favorite of my Hubby’s. Let’s make a Hot Butter Beer Float.
Make the first two steps of the Butter Beer. Put your soda in the Microwave and heat for 1 minute.
Instead of adding foam, add a scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream.