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Harpoon Brewery, Dunkin’ unveil coffee, craft beer hybrid

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Dunkin’ and Harpoon Brewery are joining forces to launch a new product that’s all about fall.

The Boston-based companies unveiled their new Harpoon Dunkin’ Coffee Porter, which combines the taste of Dunkin’s espresso blend coffee with craft beer.

Featuring robust and roasty notes, the malt-tasting beverage also contain an aroma of espresso and dark chocolate, the companies said.

“Our brands have such passionate, loyal fans, who start their busy day with a cup of Dunkin’ coffee and end it by enjoying one of Harpoon’s famous craft beers,” Tony Weisman, chief marketing officer at Dunkin’ U.S., said. “We’re thrilled to now finally bring the two together, partnering with one of the most respected craft breweries in the country to offer coffee lovers and beer enthusiasts alike a classic new taste to celebrate the season.”

Harpoon Dunkin’ Coffee Porter, which contains a 6% ABV, will be available throughout the fall in 12-oz. bottles and draft in select locations across the Eastern United States.

“Dunkin’ has been there for us since the early days when getting the brewery up and running required a lot of beer, and even more coffee,” Dan Kenary, CEO and co-founder of Harpoon Brewery, said. “We couldn’t think of a better way to pay tribute to the company that’s helped fuel our success than to create something special for our fans by combining the taste of their favorite morning brew with one of ours.”

Further information on the drink can be found on Harpoon Brewery’s website, where a store locator also is featured.

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Spoetzl Brewery intros limited-edition Fresh Hop IPA

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Spoetzl Brewery is adding to its portfolio.

The Shiner, Texas-based company announced the launch of its new limited-edition Fresh Hop IPA, which is made with premium Amarillo hops harvested at the Crosby Hop Farm in Woodburn, Ore.

Each of the hand-selected hops was monitored throughout harvest, cut from the bine at the peak of freshness and placed in brew kettles for a 36-hour non-stop process, the company said.

“For decades Shiner has produced award-winning classic and new-style beer offerings, reserving some of the finest seasonal and specialty releases for the quarterly Brewer’s Pride series,” said Jimmy Mauric, Shiner’ master brewer. “We’re incredibly proud of the talented team that tirelessly worked to achieve Shiner Fresh Hop IPA. While an unusual style for a Texas-based brewery, the team worked with precision and speed to deliver a superior, uber-fresh beer that I personally am thrilled to share with Texas and beyond.”

Shiner Fresh Hop IPA contains a refreshing taste with a 65 IBU, 6.8% ABV and aromatic notes of apricot, peach and citrus.

The limited-edition beverage will hit shelves in October in 12-oz. and 24-oz. bottles, and retail for $10.99 for a six pack of 12-oz. bottles.

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Safe + Fair intros plant-based popcorn quinoa chips

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Safe + Fair Food is adding a special twist to popcorn.

The company announced that it will add popcorn quinoa chips to its portfolio in three flavors.

The chips, which also are gluten-free and made with clean ingredients, come in olive oil and sea salt, sweet and salty kettle, and sweet sriracha varieties.

“We’re thrilled to introduce our new popcorn quinoa chips to the market and provide a gluten-free, allergy-friendly option for many of the underserved community of 15 million Americans affected by food allergies,” Will Holsworth, CEO of Safe + Fair Food, said. “We realize that there is a growing demand for plant-based foods, and so we created a product that was also gluten-free and allergy-friendly.”

Each of the products in the line also are certified gluten-free, Non GMO Project Verified, kosher, cholesterol-free and vegetarian, the company said.

Safe + Fair also will continue to donate 3% of its proceeds to the Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy and Asthma Research at Stanford University.

The popcorn quinoa chips are available for purchase online at the suggested retail price of $2.99 for a 4-oz. bag or $7.99 for a bundle containing each flavor. Further information on the products can be found on the company’s website.

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