Beer + Coffee: Find What You Like


There is a lot of overlap between the beer and coffee worlds, that’s why the two beverages pair so well together. Last week we sat down with our friends at Yards Brewing Co. and compared notes – tasting notes. There were a lot of similarities there and we realized, you can figure out pretty accurately what kind of coffee you would like based on what types of beer you like!

Here’s a rough guideline:

If you like Porters and Stouts, you’ll like Dark Roasts.
Tasting Notes – chocolate, cherry, molasses
Coffees to try:

If you like English-Style Ales and Golden Ales, you’ll like Medium Roasts.
Tasting Notes – biscuits, caramel, hazelnut
Coffees to try:

If you like Saisons and Pale Ales, you’ll like Light Roasts (YirgZ). 
Tasting Notes – lemon peel, grapefruit, orange
Coffees to try:
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3 Comments on Beer + Coffee: Find What You Like

  1. thanks for info. on any Yards' coffee / beer // August 6, 2016 at 1:54 am // Reply

    Thought maybe there was a coffee stout or a Corsica coffee or a coffee love beer from Yards, but, not confident enough to ask for it without more specifics. As an aside, we were happy to find your Louisiane at Chickie & Pete’s at Parx. So good.

    Liked by 1 person

    • La Colombe // August 8, 2016 at 9:03 am // Reply

      Yards sometimes uses our Corsica in their Love Stout (usually in the winter) but we’ve got another collab coming up! Stay tuned.


  2. Have you started with your another collab yet??


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