The Barista

. January 24, 2013.
The-Barista

 

Ann Arborites who adhere to their AM and PM drinking routines religiously will be excited about the debut of “The Barista,” a new brew injected with a dose of coffee. The unique lager is a result of a collaboration between the Wolverine State Brewing Company and RoosRoast Coffee, who’ve created a  coffee beer with an unexpected taste by using RoosRoast’s Columbian dark roast as part of a “layered malt base” that doesn’t hide the flavors of either beverage. “The Barista” brew debuted January 31, and is available at the Wolverine State Brewing Company Tap Room, 2019 W. Stadium Blvd.
Visit wolverinebeer.com or roosroast.com for more info. —AO

 

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