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Monday, February 28, 2011

Stumptown Coffee Unveils a Cold Brew

Stumptown Coffee Roasters is gearing up for iced coffee season with the release tomorrow of its first-ever bottled coffee. Cold-brewed from the roastery's house blend and bottled at Portland’s House Spirits Distillery, these bottles of cold-brew goodness are full of rich, chocolaty aromas, tangy fruit flavors and earthy undertones. The coffee is packaged in a retro stubby glass bottle (a nod the the Olympia Stubby) and will keep refrigerated for up to 10 days. Look for it at select Stumptown cafés for about $3.50 a bottle. It's even finding its way into the newly released Berserker Bock from Brooklyn’s SixPoint Craft Ales, which is available on draught in a few Brooklyn bars. Here’s a fun little video about the beer’s inspiration.