Neches Brewing, Rao’s team for a new stout

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Two favorites from Southeast Texas have teamed up to create something sweet and intoxicating for the cooler months to come.

Rao’s Bakery & Coffee Café and Neches Brewery are teaming up to create a fan favorite at the Port Neches Brewery, the “Big Floyd Stout” – this time with Rao’s attitude.

The Big Floyd Stout pops up from time to time in Neches, but now beer lovers can try it with Rao’s French roast coffee for the first time.

“This stout is the reason we started the brewery,” said Tyler Blount, owner and brewer of Neches Brewing Company. “With each batch, we use different coffees from different places. “

With an alcohol content of 12%, Blount said that drinkers of this stout can expect to experience a rich chocolate note with this strong brew.

Josh Tortorice, owner of Rao’s Bakery, said, “It was such an easy request from Rao’s. It’s no surprise that we enjoy coffee during the day and beer after work, so blending our French Roast and Neches Big Floyd Stout coffee beans is an exciting project.

It’s an exciting time for Rao’s and Neches Brewing. Neches just celebrated his fifth birthday and intends to move to a larger facility across the street in the near future. As Rao’s celebrates his 80th anniversary serving Southeast Texas.

Struggle Street Brewing Company celebrates its second anniversary this week with a week of promotions and a party on October 2.

Trudy’s brand, a family chain for over 30 years, is celebrating the grand reopening of its Beaumont site on October 2.

The store has been a Beaumont staple since the 1970s and will now have a new home in the newly renovated Westmont Mall on Dowlen Road.

The newest addition to the larger space are offerings from Sweet Shoppe USA, a family-owned maker of delicious, handmade chocolates in Mount Pleasant, the small town in east Texas.

To celebrate the grand reopening, Trudy’s Hallmark is offering the following 20% ​​store-wide promotions over the weekend and a raffle with every $ 50 purchase.

Trudy’s founders arrived in the United States in 1980 and opened the first Trudy’s Hallmark in the Bear Creek Mall in Houston. The chain has now grown to include 40 stores, covering Texas and Washington.

October brings cooler weather and vibrant colors at the treeline, and what color does fall seem to stand up for the most?

Orange, of course. What makes the inauguration of Orange Orangetobre Festival an appropriate addition to the season, adding another fall event to the Southeast Texas lineup.

The Orange City Convention and Visitors Bureau announced the first Orangetober Festival with a ribbon cutting at the recently completed Riverside Pavilion with community members and city officials.

The event will take place October 1-2 at the Riverside Pavilion located at 708 Simmons Drive.

The Orangetober Festival will feature a pumpkin village, vendor market, live entertainment, food vendors, okra cuisine, and vendor market from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays.

The Gumbo Cook-Off will also be organized on Saturday by the Grand Orange Chamber of Commerce on the festival grounds.

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