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Rahr & Sons Teams Up With Dude, Sweet For Chocolate Beer

Beer and chocolate: match made in heaven?

Behold the label for Rahrzehnt.
Behold the label for Rahrzehnt.
Rahr & Sons

Another day, another potentially glorious collaboration from two local businesses: To celebrate its tenth anniversary, Fort Worth Brewery Rahr & Sons has teamed up with chocolate renegade Katherine Clapner's Dude, Sweet Chocolate to create a special anniversary brew. It's called "Rahrzehnt," which according to a press release is a play on words — "jahrzehnt" means decade in German — and is described as "an imperial chocolate milk stout."

Rahrzehnt will be available on draft and in retail stores beginning November 10; that week will also kick off a cavalcade of tenth anniversary events including a rare beer tasting and food pairing event at the brewery on November 21 and an extended version of their usual Saturday brewery tour on November 22 that will feature more than 30 different rare brews.

In other tasty Fort Worth collaborations news, "farm-to-cone" ice cream shop Melt is currently serving an ice cream flavor called "That'll Do Pig" that's made with Cane Rosso's bacon marmalade; this is the last week it's available.

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