Carton Brewing Announces Upcoming Small Batch Beer Releases

26 December 2016

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Carton Brewing will be releasing the next small batch beers: Regular Coffee, Café Y’ Churro, and Caffé Corretto in the Tasting Room Sunday, January 1st 12-5. Regular Coffee will be available in 4pk cans (four 4pks per person), Café Y’ Churro and Caffé Corretto will be available in mixed 4pk cans, 2 of each per 4pk (one case per person). Regular Coffee will be available for 64oz and 32oz growler fills, Café Y’ Churro and Caffé Corretto will be available for 32oz growler fills (one per person of each).

Regular CoffeeImperial Cream Ale

ABV:12% | IBU: 20| SRM: 5

A Classic Jersey-ism is Regular Coffee. Here when you order a “regular coffee” at any place you trust to make a pork roll and cheese you get a paper cup of coffee with “milk and 2 sugars” rather than a “black coffee that hasn’t had the caffeine removed.” We added a coffee blend from our neighbors at Fair Mountain Coffee Roasters to a high gravity golden cream ale, contributing our “milk and 2 sugars” for an elevated version of classic plain coffee. Drink Regular Coffee because running over a black beer with coffee is no way to get things done.

Café Y’ ChurroImperial Cream Ale

ABV:12% | IBU: 20| SRM: 5

Café Y’ Churro is a continuation of the Regular Coffee game. Our golden imperial coffee cream ale has been finished with vanilla and cinnamon. Much like Regular Coffee looks to evoke an amusing version of the acidic bitter coffee curbed by milk and sugar that starts a day in a paper cup at home; Café Y’ Churro addresses post siesta cup of bitter coffee and scalded milk lazily stirred with a churro to restart momentum on vacation. Drink Café Y’ Churro and mull the next activity.

Caffé CorrettoImperial Cream Ale

ABV:12% | IBU: 20| SRM: 5

Caffé Corretto is a continuation of the Regular Coffee game. Our golden imperial coffee cream ale has been finished with fennel, licorice, and anise. Much like how Regular Coffee looks to evoke Jersey’s version of an acidic, bitter coffee curbed by milk and sugar, Caffé Corretto takes a lesson from our Italian friends by running a touch of anise’s bitter-to-sweet path alongside coffee’s. Drink Caffé Corretto and Roma if you want to.

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