Press Release

LONGMONT, CO • … — Pour Hard! Left Hand Brewing Co. introduces the first seasonal to the Left Hand Nitro Series with Hard Wired Nitro Coffee Porter. Following a hard pour and rippling cascade, Hard Wired Nitro is your favorite cup of coffee woven into a smooth and creamy nitro porter, with chocolate malt, coffee and toffee notes. Offered in 6pk and draft, Hard Wired Nitro will be released at the Left Hand Tasting Room in Longmont on January 29th.

Brewed with 650 pounds of custom Hard Wired coffee per batch, Hard Wired Nitro is a gratifying blend of your morning cup of coffee and your 5 o’ clock beer. “Several varying roasts of coffee were carefully taste tested by the brewing team until the perfect complement to the malts was found.” shared Matt Thrall, Director of Brewing. Innately predisposed to be smooth when poured hard, Hard Wired builds a pillowy, toffee-sweet head. Coffee and flavors of caramelized sugar, cacao and hints of blueberry lead to a light, smoky finish in this 6% porter. Famous for Milk Stout Nitro, Hard Wired is the fourth Nitro installation for the brewers of America’s original Nitro bottle. Hard Wired Nitro is available in limited quantities for early spring, distributed throughout Left Hand’s 35 state footprint this February.

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About Left Hand Brewing Company

Celebrating twenty-two years of brewing a well-balanced portfolio of craft beers, Left Hand Brewing Company is located at 1265 Boston Avenue in Longmont, Colorado. Left Hand is one of the most honored and recognized breweries in the state, with over 27 Great American Beer Festival medals, 9 World Beer Cup awards, and 9 European Beer Star awards. Famous for their Nitro series, Left Hand Brewing established America’s original Nitro bottle with their popular Milk Stout Nitro. Left Hand’s collection of perennial and seasonal beers are available in 35 states & DC. Employee Owned, Righteously Independent.

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