Pateros Creek Brewing Co. To Release Four Coffee Beers

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  1. Jason

    Jason Founder (7,998) Aug 23, 1996 Massachusetts
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    Fort Collins, CO (March 2013) – Local brewery Pateros Creek Brewing Company and local coffee roaster \ Conundrum Coffee have teamed up for the month of March to create four exciting new coffee beers. The teams collaborated to customize beers highlighting the delicious flavors in Conundrum’s current coffee lineup, and the results are something to taste.

    “Typically, coffee beers are comprised of a dark beer and a dark-roast coffee. For this collaboration, however, we really wanted to showcase some unexpected flavors. We’re featuring some less common beer styles which allow the nuances of Conundrum’s single-origin coffees to shine through,” explained Lead Brewer Nick Chase.

    One beer will be released each Thursday as part of Pateros Creek’s Outlaw Series, and the month will culminate with a tasting event not to be missed. On Saturday, March 30 th, the two companies will come together to host two tasting sessions (at 1:00pm and 3:00pm), where beer and coffee lovers can taste all four beers and help decide which one should move into production. Brewers and roasters will be on hand to discuss the collaboration and gather feedback from participants.

    The $10 ticket price includes a taster flight of all four beers and a sample bag of Conundrum Coffee. Tickets may be purchased here: Space is limited.

    About Pateros Creek Brewing Company: Much like the inspiration for the brewery's name, beer from Pateros Creek Brewing Company is what Colorado should taste like. Crisp and clean like its namesake river, with balanced malt and hop profiles, these are easy-drinking yet interesting brews. From our classic Legends lineup to out-of-the-box Renegades, Pateros Creek Brewing Company has something for every customer, and is proud to call Fort Collins, Colorado, home.

  2. denver10

    denver10 Poo-Bah (2,073) Nov 17, 2010 New Mexico

    Pateros Creek's darker beers have yet to really capture my attention, but just might have to give at least one of these a try.
  3. Domingo

    Domingo Poo-Bah (2,194) Apr 23, 2005 Colorado
    Subscriber Beer Trader

    While I like their gluten-free beers (for what the are - they're some of the best I've had), 2 out of 6 of their normal beers had major diacetyl issues. That was the case on both of my visits last year. Hopefully they've gotten that under control.
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