Is there any Disney Parks snack more iconic than the pineapple Dole Whip? This writer thinks not.
While there are some alcoholic versions of the Dole Whip available at Walt Disney World and Disneyland, a Gainesville, Florida brewery has taken things one step further and released a Dole Whip flavored beer.
First Magnitude Brewing Co. first announced their Dole Whip Sour beer on Instagram.
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?????? ???? ?????? Today at 2PM we're releasing the latest in our flavors of summer series of sours. Brewed using *actual Dole Whip* mix, pineapple puree, and milk sugar, this beer tastes just like the iconic pineapple soft serve served at Disney. This beer is a creamy, dreamy sour that isn't too sweet or tart, it's just the right balance and is packed with pineapple goodness! The best part is, you can pick-up right here in Gainesville, you don't need to travel to Orlando! Place your order at bit.ly/FMorder (link in bio) and then pick up in our safe, clean, and fun brewery drive-thru.
First Magnitude captioned the photo of the Dole Whip Sour can:
Brewed using *actual Dole Whip* mix, pineapple puree, and milk sugar, this beer tastes just like the iconic pineapple soft serve served at Disney.
This beer is a creamy, dreamy sour that isn’t too sweet or tart, it’s just the right balance and is packed with pineapple goodness!
The new pineapple beer was available via drive-thru at First Magnitude’s brewery location. According to a Fox News report about the Dole Whip flavored alcoholic beverage:
…Dole Whip Sour, which was first available for sale on Aug. 12, sold out within days of its debut, the brewery confirmed on Facebook. And while there are no plans to brew another batch “at the moment,” First Magnitude revealed that they “may do more in the future.”
Where can you get a Disney Dole Whip now?
Although the Dole Whip Sour is currently unavailable, Walt Disney World Resort visitors can snag Dole Whips from several locations on-property. Adventureland’s Aloha Isle kiosk is now offering traditional Dole Whips and the popular Kakamora float once again.
Lanai Terrace at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and Marketplace Snacks at Disney Springs also both serve various Dole Whips, with the Disney Springs kiosk offering the popular rum variety on a regular basis.
Read More: Your Guide to Disney Dole Whips
If you can’t make it to Disney World right now, you can always make a batch of Dole Whips in your very own kitchen!
Would you try a pineapple Dole Whip flavored beer? Do you hope First Magnitude brews another batch of the Disney theme park inspired drink?