Poison Ivy in Rosco, IL – Caramel Brownie Melt

Caramel Brownie Melt
This is a Caramel Brownie Melt that I ordered for dessert at Poison Ivy in Rosco, IL – IT WAS AMAZING! Two scoops of ice cream on top a giant over sized warm brownie smothered in hot fudge sauce with chocolate fudge flakes….I highly recomend on of these if your looking to satisfy the sweet tooth!  The food at the Poison Ivy was also very delicious and I really liked the selection.  I stopped in to each lunch and have a beer with my good friend Kyle Singles; we will be back!

Poison Ivy in Roscoe, ILThe beer list was pretty impressive being that they are located in Illinois and not the great beer state of Wisconsin. Below I listed whats on Poison Ivy’s menu but I don’t think this is everything they have to offer – even a beer snob like myself was impressed!


Red Stripe • Woodchuck • Fat Tire • Harp • Grolsh • Smithwicks • Leinenkugles Red Lager • Leinenkugles Sunset Wheat • Amstel • Lite • Beck • Becks • Dark • Molsen Canadian • Michelob • Michelob Ultra • Odouls Amber • O’douls Lager • Heiniken  •  Heiniken Light Hackher Pschorr • Dox Equis •  Samuel Adams • Bosten Lager New Castle Killians • Peroni • Fosters • Mike Hard • Lemonade • Mikes Hard Cranberry • Smirnoff Ice • Smirnoff • Grape


Delirium Tremens – Belgium Pale Ale – Words simply cannot describe
the intricate flavor of this world champion beer. This golden beer tastes
excellent with nice Belgian yeasts aromas with hints of banana, clove, and
fruit. The taste is complex and gets better as you drink
Brewed by:  Brouwerij Huyghe

Zywiec– Poland pale lager– pronounces “je-vi-ets” this tastes creamy and to
the point. Brewed with hops and malt, and crystal clear mountain waters, an
ever day beer worth drinking.
Brewed by: Zywiec Breweries PLC (Heineken)

Erdinger Champ – German hefeweizen – brewed in such a way that it can
be drunk straight from the bottle. It has fine yeast with the characteristic of a
classic Bavarian wheat beer.
Brewed by: Erdinger Weissbräu

Birra Morette – Italy pale lager – This is produced using the traditional
process that has remained almost unchanged since 1859. Only the highest
quality or raw materials are used and a particular mixture of valuable hops.

Duvel – Belgium Stong Ale – Four generations of the Moortgat family have
frought together pilsner malts, bohemian malts, and a unique yeast strain to
create this intense, aromatic, and beguiling ale.

Hazed & Infused – Colorado Pale Ale – This unfiltered dry-hopped ale is
“hazed” in its natural state and “infused” with a crystal and centennial hop
blend, creating a flavorful aromatic brew.

Tangerine Wheat – California fruit beer – A crisp citrus beer with a hint of
tangerine from the lost coast brewery.

Dumaine Dupage – Illinois French style country ale – This Two Brother
brewery beer has a deep amber color with a toasty, sweet caramel start, it
finishes with just enough hops to clean off the palate.

Jack Whacker Tommy Knocker – Colorado Wheat ale – low hopping
rates allow the refreshing aroma and citrus flavor of a late addition of lemon
grass to dominate. This unfiltered beer retains all of its protein, flavor, and
yeast, resulting in a traditionally cloudy appearance

Indinca – California Indian Pale Ale – a hoppy full bodied beer, crisp and
clean. Made with generous amounts of Columbus, Willamette, and
centennial hops.

Glacial Trail IPA – Wisconsin – This is the brewery’s newest beer, an
American style IPA. Slightly malty with a citrus floral hops right up front, a
true hophead dream.

Pick Axe Tommy Knocker – Colorado Indian Pale Ale – From Idaho
springs this has prominent hops that are malty and crisp, an all American

2xIPA Southern Tier – New York– Not quite an imperial but certainly not
a standard India Pale Ale. This double IPA is a hop lover’s dream it’s citrusy
and clean with an incredible finish.

Bitter End – Illinois Pale Ale – This beer from Two Brothers brewing
company has subtle amounts of malts and hops for a clean crisp ale.
Founders Dirty Bastard – Michigan Scotch ale – Dark ruby in color and
brewed with ten varieties of imported malts to make it a bold powerful ale.
This beer “ain’t for the wee lads”.

Big Muddy Saluki Dunkeldog – Illinois dunkel/dark amber ale – Brewed
with two row pale malt, roasted malt, munich malt, and chocolate male.
Excellent drinkability with depth and complexity, it has a clean crisp finish
from well attenuated fermentation.

OId Scratch Flying Dog – Maryland Amber lager – Ideal for the lager
drinker who prefers amber beers, its brewed in the “steam-style” tradition a
so called hybrid beer that is fermented at medium temperatures to develop
some ale and lager qualities.

Left Hand Milk Stout – Colorado Stout – The English style of beer first
appeared in London in the 1800’s. The milk sugar adds to a well rounded
sweetness to this dark beer and makes it an outstanding year-round stout

More about Poison Ivy in Roscoe, IL:

Poison Ivy Pub offers the perfect blend of a lively sports bar and classic pub creating Roscoe’s premier location for dining, socializing, and unsurpassed viewing for all sporting events. Poison Ivy Pub sports 15 HD TV’s, live music and DJ’s, and a menu ranging from great bar food to Panini’s to the best burger in town.

Location: Poison Ivy in Rosco, IL
Address: 5765 Elevator Rd, Roscoe, IL 61073
Phone: 815.623.1480
Homepage: Poisonivypub.com


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