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.
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.
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.