We teamed up again with our friends at Death Wish Coffee Company! This time, we’re taking all the flavors of their Barrel Brand Irish Cream Whiskey Coffee and packing them into a caffeinated chocolate bar — just in time for St. Patrick's Day. Click here to read more about it!
Five Threads Brewing Company in California is using our cocoa nibs in two wonderfully delicious brews this season. Reading through the descriptions below we bet it is a difficult choice for locals to make!
Coconut Pantry Porter - Chocolate Coconut Porter
"Like the original Pantry Porter, this brew is smooth, rich and roasty with dominant dark chocolate and coffee character from our blend of five different roasted malts. We've created a whole new flavor experience by adding toasted coconut and fresh roasted cocoa nibs from Equador. Pucker up 'cuz this beer's gonna give you a big fat coconut kiss!"
3rd Anniversary Edition Cherenkov - Russian Imperial Stout Bourbon Barrel Aged (One Year)
"The Cherenkov Effect is a blue glow created when radiation travels through water and is named after the Russian physicist that made the discovery. Head Thread, Tim Kazules, made this Russian Imperial Stout at the request of his former Amgen group (that used radiation in their work), "Research Imaging Sciences." This Three Year Anniversary edition of the Cherenkov Stout was aged in Heaven Hill Bourbon barrels with cocoa nibs and vanilla beans giving smooth notes of decadent chocolate and dark roast."
Our S'mores Shake is back on EPIC DELI's menu! Head over to there to try it quick, it's available this week only. A mix of vanilla ice cream, our 66% dark chocolate blend chocolate chips, graham crackers, and marshmallow creme, topped with whipped cream, a chocolate drizzle, marshmallows, and graham cracker crumbs!
Creature Comforts in Georgia just released their seasonal brew Koko Buni. A customer favorite, Koko Buni is a milk porter brewed with toasted coconut, coffee and our cocoa nibs. Sounds like the perfect porter!
Located in the historical Over The Rhine district of Cincinnati, Ohio, Rhinegeist Brewery just released a super special Blonde Stout named Penguin, a collaboration with Three Weavers Brewing Company. Penguin is a delectable blend of light and dark styles, infused with coffee and our cacao nibs, delivering chocolate, coffee and roasted notes in a mindbendingly blonde beer.
Wolf's Ridge Brewing in Columbus, Ohio has served up not one, not two, but three special release brews using our chocolate! The most recent release was an Imperial Stout named "Dire Wolf Coffee Joy", infused with our nibs, vanilla bean, toasted coconut, and local coffee. On a more limited release, "Bourbon Barrel Salted Chocolate Dire Wolf," was a stout aged in local whiskey barrels and infused with our nibs and sea salt. For Halloween, they even released a beer-themed after an Almond Joy candy bar called "All Treats." This one was a milk stout using our nibs, coconut, vanilla, and almonds. Are you planning a trip to Ohio now? We are.
If you are anywhere near Angry Chair Brewing in Florida, we recommend a visit! Among many amazing sounding brews, their Chocolate Cupcake Stout is made with our Haitian cacao, toasted coconut and Madagascar vanilla. Definitely making us thirsty...
With a name like "This Beer Really Ties the Room Together", Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery has us falling in love with this beer before we even taste it. It's a blonde milk stout that is brewed with whole bean coffee and our cocoa nibs!
Simple Bakery & Market in Lake Geneva makes some of the most mouth-watering pastries and breads. They also offer a collection of artisan goodies that now includes Ethereal chocolate! One more reason to visit…
Couple of Ethereal coffee junkies hanging with Death Wish Coffee, our latest partner and masters of dangerously delicious java! Stay tuned for an equally delicious Death Wish chocolate bar made by Ethereal!
Meet Ethereal Brewing, our corporate kindred spirit! They recently released a Chocolate Sea Salt variant of their popular Baba Yaga Imperial Stout, brewed with our cocoa nibs! It is described as very chocolate forward with robust and dark notes that played well with the roasty sweet beer base. We foresee many more collaborations between Ethereals in the future!