Beer + chocolate = happiness. That's a fact.
You probably knew that Peterbrooke Chocolatier offers chocolate-dipped wine bottles, but did you know that they'll also dip your favorite brews?
Imagine cracking open a bottle of Green Room's Count Shakula while snacking on some delicious locally made milk chocolate. Or what about a Wells Banana Bread beer with some nutty dark chocolate on the side?
All you have to do is bring in your favorite bottle, can or growler to a Peterbrooke Chocolatier store and they'll dip it in a thick layer of chocolate for you to enjoy.
But how do you eat it? Before the beers and submerged in the gooey stuff, they're wrapped with a thin layer of plastic which makes getting the candy off a breeze when you're ready to enjoy it.
Plus, these hand-dipped bottles are totally customizable. Add nuts, coconut flakes, white chocolate, candy and other mouth-watering add-ons to complement your favorite brew.
But you don't have to be into beer to take advantage of the sweet opportunity. Peterbrooke says they will dip just about anything! Including bottles of wine, whiskey and non-alcoholic beverages too.
- There's is a $25 dipping charge for outside bottles, cans and growlers brought into the store (The best bang for your buck would probably be a growler!)
- They offer wine for purchase in the store which can be dipped for $25 total. Offerings include cabernet, pinot grigio and bottles of specialty chocolate wine. The chocolate wine comes in cappuccino, macchiato and vanilla latte.
- Feeling fancy? They also have champagne in the store that you can dip for $50 total.
- Stores need about four hours to complete a custom chocolate bottle order but may need more depending on the holiday rush. Place your order a day in advance to guarantee pickup by Valentines Day!
Founded in 1983 in Jacksonville, Fla., Peterbrooke Chocolatier is a “neighborhood chocolate shop” offering a wide selection of European-styled handmade chocolates presented in distinctly American experience. The first shop opened in Jacksonville’s historic San Marco neighborhood and today the brand has more than 20 locations throughout the Southeast, including Florida, Alabama and Georgia.
For more information or to find the nearest location, visit peterbrooke