Welcome to another edition of Shore Craft Beer’s Saturday Suds! This week, our incredible local culinary talent whipped up a homemade chocolate Guinness cake with chocolate buttercream frosting to boot! Only the shadow knows what culinary talents lurk in the hearts of men. He prefers anonymity, though I know our avid readers are dying to know who he is. However, these things must be done delicately.

Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Baltimore
Ever been to the Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Baltimore?

Enough with the TV and movie references. Can you guess how many and where they are from, perchance? Regardless, wait until you hear (or rather, read) this awesome recipe. It sounds complicated, but he says that anyone can do it if they take the proper time and follow the instructions. Remember, baking is a science (and cooking is an art, or so they say). While there are many local Shore Craft beers to choose from in the Ocean City and Delmarva area, he decided to use Guinness. Chocolate Guinness Cake. Go figure. But as is always the theme in this column, you can use any beer of your choosing! Especially Shore Craft beers!

Ingredients

Nigella Lawson’s Guinness Chocolate Cake Recipe

Jack Bradley
Author: Jack Bradley

Jack Bradley is a contributor to Oceancity.com and ShoreCraftBeer.com and works as an Academic Counselor at Delaware Technical Community College. He assists students with academic advisement, teaches first year seminars, manages the food pantry, and serves as advisor for the Alpha Zeta Kappa Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the Community College Honor Society. An English major at the College of the Holy Cross, Jack has always loved to write and is grateful for the opportunity to be a contributor to this site. He received an an M.B.A. from Clark University and an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from the University of Delaware. When he is not working or writing, he can be found out and about in Ocean City and surrounding towns, enjoying the amazing attractions they have to offer.

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