The Point Coffee House & 16 Mile Brewery Present:
The World's First Hop's Infused Coffee
What in the world? It's your favorite beer ingredient infused into organic coffee beans. It's a world's first, and it's uniquely from Delaware. It is the result of craft brewers and craft coffee roasters boldly exploring the potentials of our potables. It is a delightful balance of hops and coffee in a cup!
Why on earth? Because historically, coffee roasters and brewmasters have been friends for centuries. Because when locals are supporting and celebrating their crafts together, you get damn good results. Because Artisans like to challenge themselves. But mostly because they brought good beer and good hops to our roasthouse.
Who the heck? 16 Mile Brewery of Georgetown, Delaware, brought the concept (and some beer) to The Point Coffee House in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. We discussed how coffee is a compliment to beers like porters and stouts, and how hops have similar characteristics to some coffee bean varietals. It took us about a year to figure it out and now it's ready for you to enjoy.
How'd ya do that? We deconstructed 16 Miles' Tiller Brown Ale. The same bravo hops that they use in their award-winning ale has a bold herbal and citrus quality with a little tropical fruit tone. Low and behold! We have a great organic bean from Tanzania with the same herbal, citrusy tropical fruitiness. We married the two, in balance and harmony. These are ingredients that fortify each other's natural flavors.
Where is it? At The Point Coffee House, for starters. You'll see us at the Rehoboth Farmers' Market, too. It can be found at the 16 Mile Brewery in Georgetown, and its new tavern and taproom in Newark, Delaware. Outlet Liquors on route 1 in Rehoboth will put it on their shelves right next to the 16 Mile beer selection. Find us and friend us on Facebook! We'll keep posting as new distributors start to carry it.
It's about time! Yes, it does take time. We produce this coffee and release it just like a seasonal beer, in limited quantities, 3 times a year. This small batch style ensures a fresh cup every time you brew it get it while it's hot!