Alcoholic Cold Brew Is Coming to the Midwest This May
The coffee scene is buzzing with new flavors and innovations, including the recent launches of a cannabis cold brew and wine-infused coffee. Now there’s a new cold brew on the market, and according to the company, it’s “so bad it’s actually really friggin’ good.”
Bad Larry’s Cold Hard Coffee, which contains 6 percent ABV and 180 milligrams of caffeine, is making its debut in the Midwest this May. The company sources its coffee from local cold-brew company Blackeye Roasting.
“The demand for cold brew coffee has completely taken off,” Matt McGinn, Bad Larry’s formulation consultant and founder of Blackeye Roasting Co., said in a statement. “And we’re the first to craft an alcoholic version. Bad Larry’s is nothing like coffee-flavored beers or cocktails — this is totally different.”
The alcoholic cold brew coffee will come in 11.5-ounce cans and will be sold in packs of four at select beverage retailers.