Are you a beer lover with a sweet tooth? Then let us introduce to you our biramisù recipe! As the name suggests, this is a tiramisù, with beer. What’s not to love?!

Below you will find all the ingredients and preparation steps for the biramisù recipe. It’s super easy and incredibly rewarding. With a little bit of patience and a few simple steps you’ll be whipping up this delicious pudding in no time!

How to make Birramisu

Serves 4 people

Difficulty: Medium

Preparation: 30 minutes


1 cup of black coffee
250g of Ladyfinger biscuits
A stout beer
5 eggs
60g of sugar
500g of mascarpone
Some dark chocolate

Step 1: Prepare the syrup for the biscuits

First, prepare a black coffee and let it cool aside. When it has cooled, mix it with the stout to create the syrup for the ladyfingers.

We have decided to use a stout beer as this style already has hints of chocolate and coffee so it goes perfectly with the other ingredients of the recipe. However, if you don't have a stout to hand - you can use a pale beer instead but it will lessen the ultimate beery flavour of your creation.

Step 2: How to make the cream

It's egg time! Divide the yolks from the whites into two separate bowls. Take the egg yolks, add the sugar, and whisk together until the result is a light and fluffy cream. Add the mascarpone to this mix and continue to whisk until smooth.
Then whisk the egg whites until they form stiff peaks, similar to when making meringues. Combine the contents of the two bowls a little at a time, until it is smooth.

Step 3: Let's get layering!

Now that the cream is ready, you can start soaking the ladyfingers in the syrup. Place half the ladyfingers in a baking dish and gently cover the biscuits with the syrup, making sure not to completely soak them otherwise they will get too mushy.

Then spread the cream mixture over the biscuits until they are all covered, and sprinkle a little cocoa all over the surface. Alternatively, you can grate some dark chocolate for an extra twist as we did.

Repeat the process of building biscuits and layering cream until you've got a beautiful creation like this!

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Leave the birramisu in the fridge until it is served, but for a minimum of 3 hours. And then? It's time to enjoy your beer tirramisu!