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CoolHaus and Golden Road Brewing Collaborate for Beer Pretzel Ice Cream Sandwich

Photos courtesy of CoolHaus and Golden Road Brewing
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This weekend marks the annual Spring Unique LA, and in addition to the recent annoucement that Sonja Rasula will be hosting a summer camp for adults this year, we've got some other exciting news: CoolHaus and Golden Road Brewing will be collaborating on a beer pretzel ice cream sandwich.

That all might sound a bit strange, but CoolHaus will be making a pretzel beer ice cream that plays on the elements of salty and sweet. They'll be making scoops with Golden Road Brewery's Russian Stout to make the ultimate beer/pretzel combo. (We're thankful they didn't try to work cheese into the mix somehow.)

In addition to the stout/pretzel action, they'll also be making a Berliner Weisse mandarin orange sorbet. Each sandwich costs $5. You can pick what kind of cookie you want to match with your ice cream, but the CoolHaus team recommends their double chocolate cookie with the Russian Stout and pretzel ice cream and our vegan ginger cookie with the Beliner Weisse mandarin sorbet.

They icy treats will be the perfect refreshment after shopping around the California Market Center for crafty wares this weekend. Unique LA is $10 at the door, with 10% of all ticket sales going to the Downtown Women’s Center (DWC). It'll be open from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

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