Crimson Cup, clearly, is not one to be out done. On the heels of Starbucks testing a beer-latte with stout-syrup, the local coffee brewers announced they too had beer, and theirs wasn’t just some syrup. Theirs was coffee brewed with hops. Dry-Hopped Nitro is Crimson Cup’s ace in the hole, and the cold brew is even stored in a keg. The concoction took weeks of experimentation, according to Columbus Business First, as the coffee creators tested different hops with different coffee. Crimson Cup is set to hold an Oktoberfest celebration with the newest beer coffee Thursday and free samples will be available.
Take that Starbucks.
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