Tuesday, November 11, 2014

deep ellum coffee ale - dallas breakfast beer


There are few moments in life that truly transcend time and space, where your mind is lifted from reality and into the unknown. Like when you take a drink of beer and are instantly transported to a coffee shop surrounded by new age hipsters. This is exactly what happens when you sip on Deep Ellum's Oak Cliff Coffee Ale, a brown ale brewed with coffee from Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters (aka Davis Street Espresso).

I live only a block away from Davis Street Espresso so I know how serious these folks take their coffee. Now, this could be total speculation, but I believe that the two venues used Nick Offerman as their guinea pig taste tester. After multiple tastings, this is what he had to say:


Okay, fuck it, let's just dump all the coffee we have in there. At least, this is what it tastes like, because it's like drinking a cold brew coffee. It's absolutely divine.

Coffee, it's not just for breakfast anymore.

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