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Coffee Beers are made using coffee in a variety of ways to produce a variety of effects. You can cold-press the coffee and add it before bottling. You can add it during the boil, the mash or the whirlpool. You can add coffee during the primary or secondary fermentation. You can do a dry-hop type of thing with the coffee beans. The finished beers can be Pale Ales, Lagers, Stouts, Porters or really any style of beer. Some beers taste like coffee due to the malts used but don't even have coffee in them - Ballast Point's Commodore is a good example. But below our all of the beers we stock that do have coffee, in one way or another, in them.