PRESS RELEASE / May 17, 2021 (WEYMOUTH, MA) – Best part of waking up is a coffee milkshake IPA in your cup!

Barrel House Z is releasing Joe Bird, the latest coffee beer collaboration with Seabird Coffee in Cohasset, MA. The two South Shore, MA small businesses first teamed up back in December 2020. Beer style and coffee bean selection rotates with each release. For Joe Bird, Seabird Coffee owner Brian McLaughlin selected natural-process Ethiopian coffee beans. Grown in Sidamo, Ethiopia, thebeans have fragrant notes of rose, strawberry, and cherry.

Barrel House Z’s production team brewed with generous amounts of Weyermann Wheat and flaked oats for robust flavor and body. Lactose lends smooth mouthfeel and light sweetness. Joe Bird was dry hopped with Sabro and BRU-1 and then conditioned on Seabird’s house-roasted Ethiopian coffee beans.

Joe Bird has a welcome coffee aroma, with beautifully complex notes in each sip. Head Brewer Matt Wiley notes, “Coffee is more than a one-note flavor. We wanted to extend the overarching coffee flavor to include fruity notes inherent in the Ethiopian coffee beans. By dry hopping with Sabro and BRU-1, an IPA is the perfect style to explore coffee’s innate complexity.”

Each sip brings a smooth wave of lightly roasted coffee with a nuanced touch of citrus, berry, and stone fruit. Well-balanced depth of flavor. Medium-full body.

4-pack and taproom pours available.

***LIMITED BHZ-ONLY SALES***

 

About Barrel House Z

Barrel House Z is a small-batch, barrel-aged microbrewery and tap room just south of Boston in Weymouth, MA. The BHZ team brews small-batch beer that’s created collaboratively with an ever-changing roster of innovative brewers. Our philosophy, however, never varies. We believe the best beer comes from exceptional ideas & ingredients–and is guided by rigorous technique.

 

About Seabird Coffee

At Seabird, we’re into coffee. We want to give you the best quality coffee, however you order it. For us, coffee’s more than what’s in your cup. It’s about community. It brings people together, it’s a reason to talk, to connect; a common ground.

For us, this sense of community goes beyond just the people that come through our doors. Our community also includes the hardworking farmers that are dedicated to growing unique, quality, and sustainable coffee. It includes those at Bellwether that connect us with these farmers for us to roast the coffee that’s served and sold in our shop.

Our goal is to help inspire you to take a moment each day to enjoy your coffee and your community and stay connected. After all, birds of a feather flock together.

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