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Coolest Beer Cake Design 10

by Mickal
(New Orleans,Louisiana)

Homemade Beer Cake Design

Homemade Beer Cake Design

This Beer Cake Design is a white cake with buttercream icing and pineapple filling. I stacked the cake using four 8 inch squares and iced it with white buttercream and cut it to size. I placed it in the freezer to crust a bit before covering with marshmallow fondant.

I airbrushed the panels with blue coloring and cut out the lettering with a small knife and applied with water. I didn't give it time to dry as you may see the blue on the letters. I piped the water on the bottom and sides with buttercream icing to give it that water affect. The bottle is made with sugar and corn syrup and I used the label off a bud light bottle.

This is my first beer cake. It was a test but fun.

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Coolest Amstel Light Can Birthday Cake 53

by Robin
(Dahlonega, GA)

Homemade Amstel Light Can Birthday Cake

Homemade Amstel Light Can Birthday Cake

This is an Amstel Light Can Birthday Cake I made for my Dad's 60th birthday. I used 4 round 9" cakes. Cut each cake in half and stood the halves on their ends to make the half can shape. I filled with chocolate ganache between each layer and crumb coated in buttercream.

I carved a small notch out of the bottom of the can to shape it like a can. I used fondant over the top and pinched the fondant to form the lip of the can. I bought an edible label from a local bakery after googling for an Amstel label. I used gold and silver dust to paint and made the pop tab out of gum paste.

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Coolest Beer Cake Design 74

by Heather B.
(Lincoln Park, Mi)

Homemade Beer Cake Design

Homemade Beer Cake Design

I made this Beer Cake Design for my husband's friend who came home after working out of state for 4 months WITHOUT his favorite beer! Hence the Labatt's Blue Cake!

I baked a couple round cakes, used a wide glass to cut out circles and stacked them with butter cream between each layer. I placed a dowel down the center of the cake for support from tipping over. I then frosted the whole thing and covered it in blue fondant. The top with tab and all is fondant.

The logo is all done in fondant and writing gel.

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