I was reading WBAYDN and saw a Baltic porter with coffee that @BeerVikingSailor was drinking. It got me thinking. I love coffee beers. I used to drink many coffee stouts, when they were just flavored with coffee. In recent years, however, I have noticed that coffee stouts also come with other flavor agents that I do not want in beer, be it vanilla, cinnamon, an entire sfogliatelle (that's a joke, if you couldn't tell. No one, to my understanding, has actually made a beer with a sfogliatelle and I hope they don't, despite my deep love of the pastry). In any event, my pursuit for beers with coffee got me wondering what lagers utilize coffee. I always seem to prefer lagers to ales. Not sure why, there's a certain dryness to the finish that I really like. In any event, I was wondering what lagers have used coffee. There's obviously some coffee Baltic porters, like the one @BeerVikingSailor is drinking and some stuff that I know Jack's Abby has done. But what others? Any bocks with coffee? My brain is conjuring the taste of Ayinger Celebrator Doppelbock with a little coffee flavor. Something like that would be yummy. Thanks in advance.