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Active preparation time: 1½ hours
Cooking time: 30 minutes
4 eggs, room temperature
6 Tbs butter, melted + more for the pan
2 cup flour
¾ cup (6 fl oz/177 ml) milk
¾ cup (6 fl oz/177 ml) water
1 cup (8 fl oz/237 ml) Maibock
Combine all the ingredients in a blender and pulse until smooth. Let rest 1 hour in the refrigerator to allow the bubbles to dissipate. Using a lightly buttered nonstick 8-inch (20-cm) pan on medium heat, pour about 2½ tablespoons (1½ oz/44 ml) of the batter into the pan and swirl the pan to spread the batter evenly. When the sides of the crepe begin to pull up from the pan (about 1 minute) flip the crepe and cook another 30 seconds. Remove to a towel to cool.
Repeat this process with all the batter. Once you get comfortable, it’s easy to add a second pan and do two at once. You should finish with 30–35 crepes. Reserve until ready to assemble.
Lemon Vanilla Yogurt
2 cup (16 fl oz/473 ml) plain yogurt
Seeds from 2 vanilla beans (you can substitute 3 Tbs [1½ fl oz/44 ml] vanilla extract)
Zest of 1 lemon
¼ cup sugar
Combine all the ingredients in a mixing bowl and mix well. Reserve until ready to assemble.
12 oz (340 g) fresh raspberries
½ cup sugar
¼ cup (2 fl oz/59 ml) water
In a medium metallic mixing bowl or double-boiler insert, combine the raspberries, sugar, and water. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap.
Bring a small pot with water to a hard simmer. Place the mixing bowl on the pot with simmering water (double boiler). Cook until the raspberries begin to release their juice, about 30 minutes.
Remove from the heat and allow to cool to room temperature. With a whisk, pulverize the raspberries in the bowl until the mixture resembles jam. Cool until ready to assemble.
To assemble, place the first crepe on a large plate. Spread about a tablespoon (½ fl oz/15 ml) of the Vanilla Lemon Yogurt on the crepe, covering it evenly. Top with another crepe and spread another tablespoon (½ fl oz/15 ml) of the Vanilla Lemon Yogurt on the second crepe, covering it evenly.
Repeat until you have used all the crepes. Sprinkle a little powdered sugar on the top and garnish with the raspberry sauce. Slice and serve with more of the raspberry sauce.
Beer suggestions: Fort Collins Brewery’s Maibock works perfectly here (to brew your own, see our recipe from the Fall 2014 issue of Craft Beer &Brewing Magazine®). Stoudt’s Blonde Double Maibock is also a great choice.