CHOCOLATE BEER SEASON

 

It’s chocolate beer season! If you plan on brewing chocolate beer, try Cholaca before your next batch. Our samples are still free – now, available exclusively through your Country Malt Group rep. 

 

ORDER FREE SAMPLES HERE

 

Cholaca is now distributed throughout North America to breweries through Country Malt Group and to homebrewers through Amazon.com. Our Unsweetened Cholaca is most often used for brewing chocolate beer, but we also produce our Original and Sweet varieties for custom orders. Stay tuned via social media to check out all the new beers we have coming your way.

 

 

We are proud to partner with Country Malt Group as our exclusive distributor for our pure liquid cacao in North America. Check us out on pages 44-45 of the new CMG catalog.

 

 

 

CHOLACA FAQ

 

In this section we’ll highlight a frequently 

asked question each month.

 

Septembers FAQ: Does Cholaca need to be refrigerated?

 

YES! Cholaca’s shelf life is 1 year from the date of production. Once the container has been opened, it should be used within a few days. Cholaca should be refrigerated at 40 degrees or cooler at all times.

 

 

CHOLACA IS NOW 100% KOSHER

 

 

We are proud to announce that Cholaca is now available as a 100% Kosher product! Celebrate the high holidays with a special kosher brew. Visit us here for our full list of chocolate beers and locations. Beer List and Locations

 

Cholaca is officially 100% Kosher

 

ORDER CHOLACA FROM COUNTRY MALT GROUP 

(USA AND CANADA)

We are proud to partner with Country Malt Group as our exclusive distributor for our pure liquid cacao in North American. Check us out on pages 44-45 of the new CMG catalog.

 

Order now to brew the best chocolate beer for fall!

 

 

 

Beers on Draft for September

 

 

Conquer the Route Chocolate Stout – Bold Missy Brewery

Event: Beer Release, September 24, 4-10PM

 

 

Patience is a virtue, and we’ve been waiting a whole year for their first bottle release! Last September they put some of that first batch of Conquer the Route into bourbon barrels, so now we get to celebrate their friendiversary with #BoldMissy Alison Levine by cracking open a bottle!

 

This delicious stout is made with our Cholaca pure organic liquid cacao responsibly sourced from Peru and Ecuador. Brewed with six malts, oats, lactose and Aurora hops then aged in bourbon barrels for a lusciously rich flavor profile. Stop by on September 24, 4-10PM to enjoy their tribute to history-making polar explorer and Bold Missy, Alison Levine. Cholaca Cheers!

 

 

Standard Deviation: Bourbon Imperial Chocolate Stout – The Glass Jug Beer Lab

 

8.5% ABV

 

This brew made with our pure liquid cacao has been aged in Heaven Hill bourbon barrels for 6 months. It is the barrel-aged version of Standard Deviation: Chocolate, that was released back in March. Stop in for a taste of this beer on September 19 at Glass Jug Brewery for their release party of this delicious brew.

 

 

Chocolate Espresso Stout – Broken Compass Brewing

 

5.9% ABV 20 IBU

 

The Chocolate Espresso Stout is back and better than ever! Brewed special with our pure liquid chocolate and Boxcar Coffee in Boulder, the best morning beer just got even better. Stop into broken compass for their trivia night and learn more about this incredibly tasty breakfast beer! 

 

 

Mocha Milk Stout – Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery

7% ABV No IBU

 

4.7% Rating on Untappd

 

Coffee milk stout by brewmaster Sarah Rood was the winner of the Fall 2017 stout homebrew competition! It is now available on tap at Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery on draft. This sweet stout contains Broadcast Coffee, lactose, and of course our pure liquid cacao. Stop by their brewery and try it in their special Ice Cream Sundae Stout version, yum!!

 

 

Cookies and Milk Stout – Rohrbachs Brewing

 

This stout follows Rohrbach’s last Neoteric Series release, Malster Matt’s Brown Ale. Vanilla, specialty malts, and pure liquid cacao cacao combine to create a creamy, full-bodied taste. Despite its name, the Cookies and Milk Stout is not as sweet as you’d expect— only subtle notes of chocolate shine though. – 585 Magazine