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Craft Brewing and Distilling News for March 4, 2014

March 4, 2015

•Seattle, Washington’s Two Beers Brewing Company has released its newest seasonal, Cold Brew Coffee Brown Ale. 

The new offering is infused with locally roasted beans from Fulcrum Coffee, creating a subtly sweet brown ale, the company says. A base of brown ale is run through a second fermenter containing 18 lbs. of course ground Ethiopian Harrar roasted coffee beans per batch. The 5.2%-abv brew contains no caffeine. It is the brewery’s third seasonal offered in a can, joining Day Hike Summer Session Ale and Grey Skies Dark Pale Ale. Cold Brew Coffee Brown Ale is available in 12-ounce cans as well as on draft throughout Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Idaho. This month, the brewery is also bringing back its popular Forester IPA and Trailhead ISA beers.

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