The Orange Spot Coffeehouse and The Frothy Beard Brewing Company have collaborated on a boozy rendition of the former’s popular Cha Yen. Cha Yen (right) is a Thai iced-tea. The Orange Spot’s version is a black tea that is actually orange in color (hence the business name).
Julie Simuang, one of the coffee shop’s owners, said the collaborative brew is a Belgian Strong Ale named The Belgian Cha Cha.
Joseph Siconolfi from Frothy Beard added that the beer is reddish-orange in color and is infused with the very same black tea leaves, vanilla, and spice combination used to create The Orange Spot’s Cha Yen.
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