Beer Pouring Made Of Isomalt/ Beer Can Made Of Fondant

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neda_la Posted 2 Nov 2018 , 1:04pm
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Hi Everyone,

Anyone knows how I can make the pouring out of Isomalt?

Also How to make the can out of fondant? Or anything edible? It should be light in order to be able to balance itself on the bent dowel? 

Thanks In advance


Beer Pouring Made Of Isomalt/ Beer Can Made Of Fondant

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JanJess Posted 2 Nov 2018 , 8:40pm
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Beer Pouring Made Of Isomalt/ Beer Can Made Of FondantThis is my attempt with it. I melted and colored the Isomalt. I used a coat hanger taped to the bottom of the board through the cake. As the Isomalt was cooling, which is pretty quick, I spooned it on the top of the metal and let it run down. I washed out a beer can and just used that. Hope this helps

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JanJess Posted 2 Nov 2018 , 8:40pm
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Beer Pouring Made Of Isomalt/ Beer Can Made Of FondantThis is my attempt with it. I melted and colored the Isomalt. I used a coat hanger taped to the bottom of the board through the cake. As the Isomalt was cooling, which is pretty quick, I spooned it on the top of the metal and let it run down. I washed out a beer can and just used that. Hope this helps

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SandraSmiley Posted 3 Nov 2018 , 4:41pm
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I am happy you answered the question, JanJess because I was wondering if that was how it was done.  I have not yet used Isomalt, but do have some.  The real can is used on every cake I've ever seen of this type.  I made one with pouring M & M's and I used the real empty bag.

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neda_la Posted 3 Nov 2018 , 6:40pm
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I would like to make the can!! Using the normal can is not as tricky... But making it might be!;-)

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neda_la Posted 3 Nov 2018 , 6:40pm
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I would like to make the can!! Using the normal can is not as tricky... But making it might be!;-)

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-K8memphis Posted 3 Nov 2018 , 7:25pm
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janjess -- great cake!!! love that

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JanJess Posted 4 Nov 2018 , 12:54am
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K8Memphis - Thanks!! 

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SandraSmiley Posted 4 Nov 2018 , 12:54am
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Go for it.  I would not touch it with a ten foot pole.

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cutiger Posted 4 Nov 2018 , 11:24am
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Lol!  Me either!  Glad I'm not the only one!   

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Freckles0829 Posted 5 Nov 2018 , 1:28pm
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The only way I would make the can would be with Styrofoam so that it is light and can easily be attached to the dowel/structure securely.  But, yeah, I would probably just use a cleaned out beer can.

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neda_la Posted 5 Nov 2018 , 8:58pm
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Thanks everyone!!

I think I will end up using a can!:-)

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