Beers with a Kick

Caffeinated ales and lagers combine a java jolt with the relaxing effects of a cold one.



Caffeinated ales and lagers combine a java jolt with the relaxing effects of a cold one. Here are some of our favorite coffee-infused beers.  Though these brews are enjoyable year-round, their stoutness makes them good pairings with winter's last few nights.

Perkulator Coffee Doppelbock (Dark Horse Brewing Company, Marshall, Michigan). You can smell coffee beans in the nose of this doppelbock-style beer. A round finish is punctuated with metallic flavor.

Coffee Stout (New Glarus Brewing Co., New Glarus, Wisconsin). While the flavor (no complex layers) isn't as snazzy as its woodblock-print label, this is a beer brewed with a conscience. The coffee grounds come from Just Coffee Co-op in Madison, Wisconsin—a 100% Fair Trade roaster. 

Fuel Café Coffee Stout (Lakefront Brewery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin). Coffee from Milwaukee's legendary Fuel Café is mingled with barley and mild hops, resulting in a beer that's rich, smooth and unwavering, with a flawless finish.

Cappuccino Stout (Lagunitas Brewing Co., Petaluma, California). Columbian coffee from a Sebastopol, Calif., roaster (Hard Core Coffee) emits a dark-roasted flavor and powers this beer into a malty finish.

Jah*va Imperial Coffee Stout (Southern Tier Brewing Company, Lakewood, New York). Brewed with Jamaican Blue Mountain roasted coffee, this dense beer has tempering notes of brown sugar and a syrup-like aftertaste. The coffee taste emerges mid-palate and tones it down for a lingering finish.

 


 


 



 


 





 


 

 




 

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