Dunkin' is rolling out a coffee-inspired pale ale beer for the summertime
BOSTON, Mass. (FOX 13) - Dunkin’ is dipping into the beer business.
The Massachusetts-born donut chain has partnered with a Boston brewery, Harpoon Brewery, to bring a new summertime beer. It is called the Summer Coffee Pale Ale, and it’s only available at select retail locations across the eastern U.S.
It’s a light beer with hints of Dunkin’s “Original Blend” coffee. The beer, according to a news release, has 5% ABV. Dunkin’ said it pairs well with summer foods, such as coffee-rubbed brisket, chipotle chicken tacos and brunch foods.
This isn’t the first collaboration between the two beverage brands. The companies released a coffee porter last year.
The limited-edition pale ale beer will only be available through the summer.