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Dunkin's new coffee beer hits store shelves

Posted at 8:36 AM, Oct 03, 2018

Starting today, Dunkin' fanatics can try the donut shop's newest creation - the Harpoon Dunkin' Coffee Porter.

Dunkin' teamed up with Harpoon Brewery to create the coffee beer.

The beer combines the taste of Dunkin's Espresso Blend Coffee with Harpoon's famous craft beer, the company said in a press release.

“Our brands have such passionate, loyal fans, who start their busy day with a cup of Dunkin’ coffee and end it by enjoying one of Harpoon’s famous craft beers. We’re thrilled to now finally bring the two together, partnering with one of the most respected craft breweries in the country to offer coffee lovers and beer enthusiasts alike a classic new taste to celebrate the season,' said Tony Weisman, Dunkin' U.S. Chief Marketing Officer.

The coffee porter will be sold in both 12 oz. bottles and on draft at select east coast retail locations throughout the fall.