Blending cold brew with malt for a perfectly sweetened and unforgettably smooth boozy coffee.
Bad Larry’s, the first-ever cold hard coffee in America, is now available. The beverage will be distributed by Bernick’s throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin and is additionally available at Total Wine in Arizona and Florida. Due to popular demand, the company is pending national distribution.
“The demand for cold brew coffee has completely taken off. And we’re the first to craft an alcoholic version. Bad Larry’s is nothing like coffee-flavored beers or cocktails – this is totally innovative and different.”
– Matt McGinn, Bad Larry’s Formulation Consultant and Founder of Blackeye Roasting Co.
Bad Larry’s uses Saint Paul-based Blackeye Roasting Co. as the source for its coffee ingredients. Similar to the craft brewing process, each batch is focused on quality. The cold-brew coffee is steeped for more than 16 hours and topped with nitrogen before being canned in La Crosse, Wis.
Bad Larry’s is sold in 12 fluid ounce cans, is available in 4 packs, contains 180mg of caffeine and is 6% ABV.
For more information, visit DrinkBadLarry.com.