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GoodBean, Caldera plan coffee-flavored beer

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Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Ashland's Caldera Brewing is teaming up with GoodBean coffee to create a coffee beer.

It's the first coffee-related beer Caldera has produced in 10 years, Mills said. A decade ago, he made one keg of chocolate-covered kona beans.

Caldera beer can be found as far away as the East Coast, while GoodBean coffee continues making inroads at the retail level in 70 grocery stores in Oregon, ranging from Albertsons, Safeway and Ray's Food Place, to Market of Choice, Harry & David and Food 4 Less.

Read more at The Mail Tribune.

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