We all love cookies and milk. But cookies and brewskis? Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant makes that combo work—and for a very good cause.

The Girl Scouts of the USA launched its cookie season officially on January 9, and Iron Hill is “chipping” in this month with a unique three-day offering to help boost the organization’s sales: Girl Scout Cookies and Beer Pairing Flights. It’s a promotion that’s sure to encourage community spirit, make a lot of parents happy and bring in foot traffic during the coldest part of winter.

Iron Hill has 21 locations in Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Georgia, with an eclectic menu that includes pizzas and flatbreads plus sandwiches, burgers, tacos, various entrées and more. And, of course, there’s beer—plenty of beer. The company says it’s “the most award-winning brewery east of the Mississippi.”

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The “cookie adventure,” which is available at every Iron Hill location, starts with seven perfectly paired cookies and brews for $23. The cookie-beer pairing flight includes:

  • Pig Iron Porter and the ever-popular Thin Mints
  • Mangoverse IPA and classic Trefoils
  • Russian Imperial Stout and crunchy, chocolatey Adventurefuls
  • Strawberry Milkshake IPA with Do-Si-Dos/Peanut Butter Sandwiches
  • Vienna Red Lager and Samoas/Caramel DeLites
  • Brambleberry and Tagalongs/Peanut Butter Patties

Additionally, members of Iron Hill’s loyalty program, King of the Hill, will receive a bonus pairing of Om Nom Nom and Toffee-tastic/Toast-Yay cookies.

Customers can also leave with a 4-pack of Mangoverse IPA and a box of Trefoils for $18.

For the under-21 crowd, Iron Hill offers a flight of Girl Scout cookies with milk. For $4, the kiddos can choose white or chocolate milk paired with three cookies: Thin Mints, Adventurefuls and Do-Si-Do/Peanut Butter Sandwiches.

Additionally, local Girl Scout troops will sell their cookies on-site all weekend long.

“We look forward to our Girl Scout Cookie pairing promo all year,” Iron Hill CEO Chris Westcott said. “So much thought is put into creating the pairings to bring a new experience to our customers. I think we outdid ourselves this year, matching the sweet notes of the cookies paired with the flavor profiles of some of our most popular and all-new Iron Hill beers.”