A Note on This Beer
To please their dark beer fans, Seattle’s Two Beers Brewing set out to make the highest impact coffee beer. Using a powerhouse coffee they take the wild and spicy Ethiopian Harrar and infuse it for a whole 24 hours to create their Cold Brew Brown Ale.
Harrar beans undergo a dry-process that imparts bold elements of cinnamon and cardamom. In Cold Brew, Harrar’s punchy bold character shines through stronger than it would in a Stout or Porter due to the smoothly supportive chocolate character of the Brown Ale base.
Two Beers extracts Harrar’s exotic flavors by actively running the beer over 18 pounds of beans for 4 hours straight before letting it soak for another 20 hours. All these processes take place at a low temperature, ensuring low acidity throughout and well-rounded earthiness. The result is coffee incarnate.
Powerful espresso-like aromatics join dustings of cocoa, a flash of spice, and even hints of cream. Sip and java rains down upon your tongue. Deep roasts jolt your senses awake with elements of brown sugar, cola, and a touch of toast. Oats’ creamy mouthfeel combined with a bitter bite may fool your mouth into believing it just had strongly brewed coffee.
Cold Brew goes on tap at several brunch establishments around Seattle as a potential replacement for the ubiquitous cup of joe. Come see how intensely coffee-filled a dark beer can get in Cold Brew.
Sold in 4-PACKS.
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