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Three Creeks Brewing Introduces Desperado Series: Bulletproof Coffee Stout

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Three Creeks Bullet Proof Coffee Stout

Three Creeks Brewing in Sisters, Oregon, has announced new 22oz bottle quarterly releases called the Desperado Series. The first—Bulletproof Coffee Stout—is hitting store shelves this Friday, October 3rd. The brewery is planning a few release parties to celebrate the launch of the Desperado Series in Portland, at the Sisters brewpub, and in Bend.

Bulletproof Coffee Stout description:

This collaboration with Sisters Coffee Roasters features 4 lbs per barrel of their Sumatra roast.  The base beer is a big imperial stout brewed with 10 different malts and all Cascade hops.  The final beer is dominated by rich coffee aroma and flavor when fresh but will allow the base stout to poke through as it ages. 8% abv

Release Parties:

Friday October 3rd
Sisters Bottle Release at Three Creeks Brewpub

Wednesday October 8 from 6-9 pm
Saraveza
Portland, OR

Friday October 10
Broken Top Bottle Shop
Bend, OR

All release parties will feature Bulletproof on tap along with other Three Creeks beers and free samples their bottled beers and swag.

The remaining Desperado Series schedule is:

January 2015 – Tenpine Double Chocolate Porter

March 2015 – Stampede Strong Ale

July 2015 – Vaquero Imperial IPA

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