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Craft Brewing and Distilling News for October 14, 2016

October 14, 2016

•Saint Paul, Minnesota-based Summit Brewing Company is releasing its first coffee beer, Dark Infusión: A Coffee Milk Stout. Marking the 23rd offering in Summit’s limited edition Unchained Series, the new beer is a sweet stout brewed with Pilgrim and Fuggle hops and infused with cold brewed coffee from Saint Paul’s Blackeye Roasting Company. Dark Infusión (8.5% abv) is available on draft and in four-packs of 16-ounce cans. Summit Brewing’s lineup—which includes seven year-round beers, four seasonals, the Unchained Series and 30th Anniversary Series—is currently available in 14 states.

•St. Louis’s Schlafly Beer is rolling out Bonfire Box, a new seasonal sampler pack featuring four different fall beers. Dry Hopped APA (5.9% abv), House Brown Ale (5.6% abv), Noble Lager (5.0% abv) and Pumpkin Stout (6.8% abv) are included in the Bonfire Box, which retails for about $14 across the company’s distribution footprint. Schlafly operates a pair of brewery-restaurants in the greater St. Louis area and produces about 60,000 barrels annually.

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