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Dunkin', Harpoon Brewery Are Launching Doughnut-Infused Beers

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Ditch the milk and dunk in infused-brew instead

Courtesy of Harpoon Brewery

Pumpkin spice season has crept up earlier than ever before, because we need a little joy in 2020. The Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte is back, Dairy Queen is rolling out two new pumpkin flavors later this week. And Dunkin’ dropped it’s pumpkin drink and snack line-up nearly a week ago. But Dunkin’ had something else up it’s plaid sweater bell-sleeve for this autumn: doughnut-infused beers and some fall-flavored brews.

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Dunkin’ has partnered with Harpoon Brewery, based out of Boston, for the third consecutive year, this time to launch three new coffee and doughnut-infused beers perfect for fall.

First up in the new line-up is the Harpoon Dunkin’ Pumpkin, a take on the Dunkin’ fan-favorite latte. The new beer is brewed with real pumpkin, pumpkin pie spices and a splash of coffee for authenticity.

Not a fan of pumpkin spice? Well, maybe one of the most iconic foods in America is more your speed. If you didn't think it could get more Boston than a Dunkin' and Harpoon collab, then you didn't think they would make a beer based on the Boston cream doughnut. The Harpoon Dunkin’ Boston Kreme, a “Boston Kreme Stout” is brewed with not just real Dunkin’ doughnuts but cacao nibs that add a chocolatey taste and doughiness to this creamy dry Irish stout.

Still not sold? Well, there's another iconic breakfast food in beer form. The Harpoon Dunkin’ Jelly Donut is an IPA brewed with Dunkin’ donuts and raspberry purée. This brew gets an added citrus punch from Citra hops and Hüll Melon.

The trio of new drinks join the partnership’s signature Harpoon Dunkin’ Coffee Porter, a tribute to Dunkin’ coffee with malty chocolate, caramel and toffee notes.

All four brews are set to hit store shelves this September. The Harpoon Dunkin’ Pumpkin will be available on draft, in bottled six packs or in the Harpoon Dunkin’ Dozen alongside three cans of each of the other seasonal flavors.

If you are excited for the new brews but still stuck on trying to figure out what an IPA or Citra hop is and what it means for your favorite coffee drinks and the best donuts, read up on the answers to all your beer questions.


Donuts and beer – Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery brew the ultimate pairing

While Homer Simpson might think that he is in food heaven, the Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaboration is more than just a donut and beer pairing. Building on the current beer trend of incorporating unlikely ingredients and flavors in beer, these donut beers do deserve at least one try.

Previously, Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaborated on a Harpoon Dunkin Coffee Porter. The limited-edition beer was quite well received. While that beer channels the familiar coffee that keeps everyone running, the stout is robust. The malty flavors highlight the chocolate and toffee. With a 6.0% ABV, it is a slow sipping beer.

New this year, the special collaboration is launching three new beers. They are Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Pumpkin, Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Boston Kreme and Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Jelly Donut. While the donut beers might not be sessionable, the pumpkin beer will have you wanting at least two (just like that PSL).

The Harpoon Dunkin Pumpkin is inspired by the PSL. The Spiced Latte Ale is full of those classic warm spices. Even with a touch of coffee and a 5.2% ABV, the ale leans towards a sessionable beer. From the light color to the enticing flavors, you might want this ale with both dinner and dessert.

Harpoon Brewery and Dunkin collaboration, photo provided by Dunkin

The other two new beers have everyone talking. Although a donut beer is not necessarily new, these beers are using the iconic Dunkin donuts. The Harpoon Dunkin Boston Kreme Stout is a combination of cream and chocolate, just like the donut. Similar to an Irish Stout, there should be good drinkablity. Still, it might be a one beer limit.

The Harpoon Dunkin Jelly Donut is slightly hazy IPA. While fruit is common in a hazy IPA, the jelly aspect is not common. As long as the raspberry flavors are more fruit forward than sweet, this beer might be a hidden gem. Maybe people will come for the hype and stay for the flavor.

If you want to try these beers, the Harpoon Dunkin Dozen mix pack will be available starting in September. The limited releases will be available here Harpoon is sold.

What is your favorite seasonable beer? Do you want donuts in your beer or with your beer?


Donuts and beer – Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery brew the ultimate pairing

While Homer Simpson might think that he is in food heaven, the Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaboration is more than just a donut and beer pairing. Building on the current beer trend of incorporating unlikely ingredients and flavors in beer, these donut beers do deserve at least one try.

Previously, Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaborated on a Harpoon Dunkin Coffee Porter. The limited-edition beer was quite well received. While that beer channels the familiar coffee that keeps everyone running, the stout is robust. The malty flavors highlight the chocolate and toffee. With a 6.0% ABV, it is a slow sipping beer.

New this year, the special collaboration is launching three new beers. They are Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Pumpkin, Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Boston Kreme and Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Jelly Donut. While the donut beers might not be sessionable, the pumpkin beer will have you wanting at least two (just like that PSL).

The Harpoon Dunkin Pumpkin is inspired by the PSL. The Spiced Latte Ale is full of those classic warm spices. Even with a touch of coffee and a 5.2% ABV, the ale leans towards a sessionable beer. From the light color to the enticing flavors, you might want this ale with both dinner and dessert.

Harpoon Brewery and Dunkin collaboration, photo provided by Dunkin

The other two new beers have everyone talking. Although a donut beer is not necessarily new, these beers are using the iconic Dunkin donuts. The Harpoon Dunkin Boston Kreme Stout is a combination of cream and chocolate, just like the donut. Similar to an Irish Stout, there should be good drinkablity. Still, it might be a one beer limit.

The Harpoon Dunkin Jelly Donut is slightly hazy IPA. While fruit is common in a hazy IPA, the jelly aspect is not common. As long as the raspberry flavors are more fruit forward than sweet, this beer might be a hidden gem. Maybe people will come for the hype and stay for the flavor.

If you want to try these beers, the Harpoon Dunkin Dozen mix pack will be available starting in September. The limited releases will be available here Harpoon is sold.

What is your favorite seasonable beer? Do you want donuts in your beer or with your beer?


Donuts and beer – Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery brew the ultimate pairing

While Homer Simpson might think that he is in food heaven, the Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaboration is more than just a donut and beer pairing. Building on the current beer trend of incorporating unlikely ingredients and flavors in beer, these donut beers do deserve at least one try.

Previously, Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaborated on a Harpoon Dunkin Coffee Porter. The limited-edition beer was quite well received. While that beer channels the familiar coffee that keeps everyone running, the stout is robust. The malty flavors highlight the chocolate and toffee. With a 6.0% ABV, it is a slow sipping beer.

New this year, the special collaboration is launching three new beers. They are Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Pumpkin, Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Boston Kreme and Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Jelly Donut. While the donut beers might not be sessionable, the pumpkin beer will have you wanting at least two (just like that PSL).

The Harpoon Dunkin Pumpkin is inspired by the PSL. The Spiced Latte Ale is full of those classic warm spices. Even with a touch of coffee and a 5.2% ABV, the ale leans towards a sessionable beer. From the light color to the enticing flavors, you might want this ale with both dinner and dessert.

Harpoon Brewery and Dunkin collaboration, photo provided by Dunkin

The other two new beers have everyone talking. Although a donut beer is not necessarily new, these beers are using the iconic Dunkin donuts. The Harpoon Dunkin Boston Kreme Stout is a combination of cream and chocolate, just like the donut. Similar to an Irish Stout, there should be good drinkablity. Still, it might be a one beer limit.

The Harpoon Dunkin Jelly Donut is slightly hazy IPA. While fruit is common in a hazy IPA, the jelly aspect is not common. As long as the raspberry flavors are more fruit forward than sweet, this beer might be a hidden gem. Maybe people will come for the hype and stay for the flavor.

If you want to try these beers, the Harpoon Dunkin Dozen mix pack will be available starting in September. The limited releases will be available here Harpoon is sold.

What is your favorite seasonable beer? Do you want donuts in your beer or with your beer?


Donuts and beer – Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery brew the ultimate pairing

While Homer Simpson might think that he is in food heaven, the Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaboration is more than just a donut and beer pairing. Building on the current beer trend of incorporating unlikely ingredients and flavors in beer, these donut beers do deserve at least one try.

Previously, Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaborated on a Harpoon Dunkin Coffee Porter. The limited-edition beer was quite well received. While that beer channels the familiar coffee that keeps everyone running, the stout is robust. The malty flavors highlight the chocolate and toffee. With a 6.0% ABV, it is a slow sipping beer.

New this year, the special collaboration is launching three new beers. They are Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Pumpkin, Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Boston Kreme and Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Jelly Donut. While the donut beers might not be sessionable, the pumpkin beer will have you wanting at least two (just like that PSL).

The Harpoon Dunkin Pumpkin is inspired by the PSL. The Spiced Latte Ale is full of those classic warm spices. Even with a touch of coffee and a 5.2% ABV, the ale leans towards a sessionable beer. From the light color to the enticing flavors, you might want this ale with both dinner and dessert.

Harpoon Brewery and Dunkin collaboration, photo provided by Dunkin

The other two new beers have everyone talking. Although a donut beer is not necessarily new, these beers are using the iconic Dunkin donuts. The Harpoon Dunkin Boston Kreme Stout is a combination of cream and chocolate, just like the donut. Similar to an Irish Stout, there should be good drinkablity. Still, it might be a one beer limit.

The Harpoon Dunkin Jelly Donut is slightly hazy IPA. While fruit is common in a hazy IPA, the jelly aspect is not common. As long as the raspberry flavors are more fruit forward than sweet, this beer might be a hidden gem. Maybe people will come for the hype and stay for the flavor.

If you want to try these beers, the Harpoon Dunkin Dozen mix pack will be available starting in September. The limited releases will be available here Harpoon is sold.

What is your favorite seasonable beer? Do you want donuts in your beer or with your beer?


Donuts and beer – Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery brew the ultimate pairing

While Homer Simpson might think that he is in food heaven, the Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaboration is more than just a donut and beer pairing. Building on the current beer trend of incorporating unlikely ingredients and flavors in beer, these donut beers do deserve at least one try.

Previously, Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaborated on a Harpoon Dunkin Coffee Porter. The limited-edition beer was quite well received. While that beer channels the familiar coffee that keeps everyone running, the stout is robust. The malty flavors highlight the chocolate and toffee. With a 6.0% ABV, it is a slow sipping beer.

New this year, the special collaboration is launching three new beers. They are Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Pumpkin, Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Boston Kreme and Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Jelly Donut. While the donut beers might not be sessionable, the pumpkin beer will have you wanting at least two (just like that PSL).

The Harpoon Dunkin Pumpkin is inspired by the PSL. The Spiced Latte Ale is full of those classic warm spices. Even with a touch of coffee and a 5.2% ABV, the ale leans towards a sessionable beer. From the light color to the enticing flavors, you might want this ale with both dinner and dessert.

Harpoon Brewery and Dunkin collaboration, photo provided by Dunkin

The other two new beers have everyone talking. Although a donut beer is not necessarily new, these beers are using the iconic Dunkin donuts. The Harpoon Dunkin Boston Kreme Stout is a combination of cream and chocolate, just like the donut. Similar to an Irish Stout, there should be good drinkablity. Still, it might be a one beer limit.

The Harpoon Dunkin Jelly Donut is slightly hazy IPA. While fruit is common in a hazy IPA, the jelly aspect is not common. As long as the raspberry flavors are more fruit forward than sweet, this beer might be a hidden gem. Maybe people will come for the hype and stay for the flavor.

If you want to try these beers, the Harpoon Dunkin Dozen mix pack will be available starting in September. The limited releases will be available here Harpoon is sold.

What is your favorite seasonable beer? Do you want donuts in your beer or with your beer?


Donuts and beer – Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery brew the ultimate pairing

While Homer Simpson might think that he is in food heaven, the Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaboration is more than just a donut and beer pairing. Building on the current beer trend of incorporating unlikely ingredients and flavors in beer, these donut beers do deserve at least one try.

Previously, Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaborated on a Harpoon Dunkin Coffee Porter. The limited-edition beer was quite well received. While that beer channels the familiar coffee that keeps everyone running, the stout is robust. The malty flavors highlight the chocolate and toffee. With a 6.0% ABV, it is a slow sipping beer.

New this year, the special collaboration is launching three new beers. They are Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Pumpkin, Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Boston Kreme and Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Jelly Donut. While the donut beers might not be sessionable, the pumpkin beer will have you wanting at least two (just like that PSL).

The Harpoon Dunkin Pumpkin is inspired by the PSL. The Spiced Latte Ale is full of those classic warm spices. Even with a touch of coffee and a 5.2% ABV, the ale leans towards a sessionable beer. From the light color to the enticing flavors, you might want this ale with both dinner and dessert.

Harpoon Brewery and Dunkin collaboration, photo provided by Dunkin

The other two new beers have everyone talking. Although a donut beer is not necessarily new, these beers are using the iconic Dunkin donuts. The Harpoon Dunkin Boston Kreme Stout is a combination of cream and chocolate, just like the donut. Similar to an Irish Stout, there should be good drinkablity. Still, it might be a one beer limit.

The Harpoon Dunkin Jelly Donut is slightly hazy IPA. While fruit is common in a hazy IPA, the jelly aspect is not common. As long as the raspberry flavors are more fruit forward than sweet, this beer might be a hidden gem. Maybe people will come for the hype and stay for the flavor.

If you want to try these beers, the Harpoon Dunkin Dozen mix pack will be available starting in September. The limited releases will be available here Harpoon is sold.

What is your favorite seasonable beer? Do you want donuts in your beer or with your beer?


Donuts and beer – Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery brew the ultimate pairing

While Homer Simpson might think that he is in food heaven, the Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaboration is more than just a donut and beer pairing. Building on the current beer trend of incorporating unlikely ingredients and flavors in beer, these donut beers do deserve at least one try.

Previously, Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaborated on a Harpoon Dunkin Coffee Porter. The limited-edition beer was quite well received. While that beer channels the familiar coffee that keeps everyone running, the stout is robust. The malty flavors highlight the chocolate and toffee. With a 6.0% ABV, it is a slow sipping beer.

New this year, the special collaboration is launching three new beers. They are Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Pumpkin, Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Boston Kreme and Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Jelly Donut. While the donut beers might not be sessionable, the pumpkin beer will have you wanting at least two (just like that PSL).

The Harpoon Dunkin Pumpkin is inspired by the PSL. The Spiced Latte Ale is full of those classic warm spices. Even with a touch of coffee and a 5.2% ABV, the ale leans towards a sessionable beer. From the light color to the enticing flavors, you might want this ale with both dinner and dessert.

Harpoon Brewery and Dunkin collaboration, photo provided by Dunkin

The other two new beers have everyone talking. Although a donut beer is not necessarily new, these beers are using the iconic Dunkin donuts. The Harpoon Dunkin Boston Kreme Stout is a combination of cream and chocolate, just like the donut. Similar to an Irish Stout, there should be good drinkablity. Still, it might be a one beer limit.

The Harpoon Dunkin Jelly Donut is slightly hazy IPA. While fruit is common in a hazy IPA, the jelly aspect is not common. As long as the raspberry flavors are more fruit forward than sweet, this beer might be a hidden gem. Maybe people will come for the hype and stay for the flavor.

If you want to try these beers, the Harpoon Dunkin Dozen mix pack will be available starting in September. The limited releases will be available here Harpoon is sold.

What is your favorite seasonable beer? Do you want donuts in your beer or with your beer?


Donuts and beer – Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery brew the ultimate pairing

While Homer Simpson might think that he is in food heaven, the Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaboration is more than just a donut and beer pairing. Building on the current beer trend of incorporating unlikely ingredients and flavors in beer, these donut beers do deserve at least one try.

Previously, Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaborated on a Harpoon Dunkin Coffee Porter. The limited-edition beer was quite well received. While that beer channels the familiar coffee that keeps everyone running, the stout is robust. The malty flavors highlight the chocolate and toffee. With a 6.0% ABV, it is a slow sipping beer.

New this year, the special collaboration is launching three new beers. They are Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Pumpkin, Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Boston Kreme and Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Jelly Donut. While the donut beers might not be sessionable, the pumpkin beer will have you wanting at least two (just like that PSL).

The Harpoon Dunkin Pumpkin is inspired by the PSL. The Spiced Latte Ale is full of those classic warm spices. Even with a touch of coffee and a 5.2% ABV, the ale leans towards a sessionable beer. From the light color to the enticing flavors, you might want this ale with both dinner and dessert.

Harpoon Brewery and Dunkin collaboration, photo provided by Dunkin

The other two new beers have everyone talking. Although a donut beer is not necessarily new, these beers are using the iconic Dunkin donuts. The Harpoon Dunkin Boston Kreme Stout is a combination of cream and chocolate, just like the donut. Similar to an Irish Stout, there should be good drinkablity. Still, it might be a one beer limit.

The Harpoon Dunkin Jelly Donut is slightly hazy IPA. While fruit is common in a hazy IPA, the jelly aspect is not common. As long as the raspberry flavors are more fruit forward than sweet, this beer might be a hidden gem. Maybe people will come for the hype and stay for the flavor.

If you want to try these beers, the Harpoon Dunkin Dozen mix pack will be available starting in September. The limited releases will be available here Harpoon is sold.

What is your favorite seasonable beer? Do you want donuts in your beer or with your beer?


Donuts and beer – Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery brew the ultimate pairing

While Homer Simpson might think that he is in food heaven, the Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaboration is more than just a donut and beer pairing. Building on the current beer trend of incorporating unlikely ingredients and flavors in beer, these donut beers do deserve at least one try.

Previously, Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaborated on a Harpoon Dunkin Coffee Porter. The limited-edition beer was quite well received. While that beer channels the familiar coffee that keeps everyone running, the stout is robust. The malty flavors highlight the chocolate and toffee. With a 6.0% ABV, it is a slow sipping beer.

New this year, the special collaboration is launching three new beers. They are Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Pumpkin, Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Boston Kreme and Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Jelly Donut. While the donut beers might not be sessionable, the pumpkin beer will have you wanting at least two (just like that PSL).

The Harpoon Dunkin Pumpkin is inspired by the PSL. The Spiced Latte Ale is full of those classic warm spices. Even with a touch of coffee and a 5.2% ABV, the ale leans towards a sessionable beer. From the light color to the enticing flavors, you might want this ale with both dinner and dessert.

Harpoon Brewery and Dunkin collaboration, photo provided by Dunkin

The other two new beers have everyone talking. Although a donut beer is not necessarily new, these beers are using the iconic Dunkin donuts. The Harpoon Dunkin Boston Kreme Stout is a combination of cream and chocolate, just like the donut. Similar to an Irish Stout, there should be good drinkablity. Still, it might be a one beer limit.

The Harpoon Dunkin Jelly Donut is slightly hazy IPA. While fruit is common in a hazy IPA, the jelly aspect is not common. As long as the raspberry flavors are more fruit forward than sweet, this beer might be a hidden gem. Maybe people will come for the hype and stay for the flavor.

If you want to try these beers, the Harpoon Dunkin Dozen mix pack will be available starting in September. The limited releases will be available here Harpoon is sold.

What is your favorite seasonable beer? Do you want donuts in your beer or with your beer?


Donuts and beer – Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery brew the ultimate pairing

While Homer Simpson might think that he is in food heaven, the Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaboration is more than just a donut and beer pairing. Building on the current beer trend of incorporating unlikely ingredients and flavors in beer, these donut beers do deserve at least one try.

Previously, Dunkin and Harpoon Brewery collaborated on a Harpoon Dunkin Coffee Porter. The limited-edition beer was quite well received. While that beer channels the familiar coffee that keeps everyone running, the stout is robust. The malty flavors highlight the chocolate and toffee. With a 6.0% ABV, it is a slow sipping beer.

New this year, the special collaboration is launching three new beers. They are Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Pumpkin, Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Boston Kreme and Harpoon Dunkin&rsquo Jelly Donut. While the donut beers might not be sessionable, the pumpkin beer will have you wanting at least two (just like that PSL).

The Harpoon Dunkin Pumpkin is inspired by the PSL. The Spiced Latte Ale is full of those classic warm spices. Even with a touch of coffee and a 5.2% ABV, the ale leans towards a sessionable beer. From the light color to the enticing flavors, you might want this ale with both dinner and dessert.

Harpoon Brewery and Dunkin collaboration, photo provided by Dunkin

The other two new beers have everyone talking. Although a donut beer is not necessarily new, these beers are using the iconic Dunkin donuts. The Harpoon Dunkin Boston Kreme Stout is a combination of cream and chocolate, just like the donut. Similar to an Irish Stout, there should be good drinkablity. Still, it might be a one beer limit.

The Harpoon Dunkin Jelly Donut is slightly hazy IPA. While fruit is common in a hazy IPA, the jelly aspect is not common. As long as the raspberry flavors are more fruit forward than sweet, this beer might be a hidden gem. Maybe people will come for the hype and stay for the flavor.

If you want to try these beers, the Harpoon Dunkin Dozen mix pack will be available starting in September. The limited releases will be available here Harpoon is sold.

What is your favorite seasonable beer? Do you want donuts in your beer or with your beer?