Scandinavian Coffee Beers

I’m totally obsessing on coffee beers lately. We have plenty to choose from in the United States, but do you ever wonder what specialty roasters are doing abroad? When it comes to beer, they’re doing lots!

Here are three coffee beers we’re salivating over right now:

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WET DREAM
by Evil Twin Brewing
Made in partnership with The Coffee Collective
Copenhagen, Denmark

Description: This is truly a beautiful brown ale boosted with a delightful aroma of citrus, spice and gourmet Keini, Kenya Beans from The Coffee Collective, Copenhagen – the result is amazing, lusty and incoherent “ yes, it’s your wildest desires in a bottle. Close your eyes and let the drops do the talking. Enjoy y’all.

Style:  Brown Ale  
Brewed:  Westbrook Brewing Co, SC  
ABV:  6

 

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COSTA RICA COFFEE PORTER
by HaandBryggeriet
Made in partnership with  Lippe Kaffebrenneri
Drammen, Norway

Description: Coffee grounds present in the beer; smokey and grassy flavor. Brown sugar mouthfeel, not too heavy.

Style:  American Porter
Brewed:  HaandBryggeriet
ABV: 6.2

 

 

 

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KOPPI COFFEE IPA
by Mekkeller
Made in partnership with Koppi
Copenhagen, Denmark

Description: This American-style IPA is notable for its dense head and flavors of citrus, particularly lemon and  grapefruit. Full body and flavor, the citrus mixes in a strong balance with the acids of  the coffee.

Style:  IPA
Brewed:  Mikkeller ApS
ABV:  6.9

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2 Comments

  1. You should come to Texas and try Iron Joe made by Rahr & Son’s Brewery out of Fort Worth. They collaborated with Avoca Coffee to make a coffee infused Scottish Ale.

  2. Don’t know if you’ve had Speakeasy’s Payback Porter, but it uses Ritual’s Sugar Skull and it is delicious.

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