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For the 2020 fall season, Harpoon Brewery and Dunkin’ have collaborated and are releasing four beers—including three new brews, two of which are billed as the first beers to ever be made with actual Dunkin’ donuts
These two brands have teamed up to release the Dunkin’ Coffee Porter for the past few falls. Well now, not only is that brew coming back, but Harpoon is also releasing three new beers inspired by the drinks and donuts at Dunkin’.
First up, we have the Harpoon Dunkin’ Boston Kreme. Yes, this Dry Irish Stout is actually made with with real Dunkin’ donuts and cacao nibs, which add “extra dough-like and chocolatey notes” to it. It sounds like the perfect thing to sip on during brunch if you’re not too into mimosas.
Next up is the Harpoon Dunkin’ Jelly Donut, also made with real Dunkin’ donuts, as well as with raspberry purée. This beer is lighter and has notes of jelly and citrus perfect for easing into late summer to early fall.
Finally, in non-donut-related flavors, you can also pick up Harpoon Dunkin’ Pumpkin, a fall beer inspired by the pumpkin latte. It’s made with real pumpkin, pumpkin pie spices, and a splash of coffee.
This last flavor will be available on draft and in bottled six-packs, as well as in the new Harpoon Dunkin’ Dozen mix pack. The pack contains three cans of each seasonal beer flavor.
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