Sheetz has joined forces with Millersburg’s Rusty Rail Brewing Co. to offer a limited-edition coffee bean IPA called Project Coffee Hopz.
In Cumberland County, the new beer will be available at the Carlisle location at the intersection of Allen Road and Ritner Highway and at the Shippensburg location at 359 E. King St.
Pennsylvania once again has produced more craft beer than any other state in the country.
Brewed with Sheetz Brothers Sumatra coffee beans, the new IPA blend features light and floral taste notes with a coffee presence. Four-packs of Project Coffee Hopz 16 oz cans will be available at select Sheetz locations across Pennsylvania starting on May 21 for $7.99. A small batch craft beer, Project Coffee Hopz will be available while supplies last and will not be restocked once sold out.
“We are lucky to collaborate with Rusty Rail Brewing Co., a well-known brewery born in central Pennsylvania, to create this limited-edition craft beer,” said Ryan Sheetz, in charge of brand strategies at Sheetz. “We have worked for years to make beer available in our store locations across Pennsylvania and now, with beer in more than 140 stores across the state, we are excited to take the next step in this journey.”
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