Bill Becker (2009) - Casper, Wyoming, USA - OCT 30, 2017
From Oct 2007
This pours from 12oz bottle a deep amber-brown with a large head of foam that recedes slowly and it has some nice lacing. Hmm....that's a characteristic of a lot of their beers. ;^)
The smell is of sweet malt, roasted malt, and chocolate.
The taste is, for me, very rich in chocolate on my first sip. wow. After another sip, I notice the honey and it goes well with this Porter, and there's some roasted notes along with some bitterness that's most noticeable near and through the finish. Very tasty brew and it has a good thickish mouthfeel and light carbonation. Again I say, this is very tasty *and* smooth. I'd buy this again, oh yeah. gripweed57 (2978) - Hamilton Square, New Jersey, USA - JUL 12, 2017
From old tasting notes. Translucent brown color. Thick creamy tan head. Subtle roasted malt nose. Creamy roasted malt flavor with hints of cocoa and licorice. Bittersweet malty finish. nybol (2442) - DENMARK - DEC 23, 2016
Let syrlig, med en smag af tja, honning? I hvert fald godt sød også.
Ikke den bedste porter jeg har smagt, men meget god, hvis man ikke lige tænker på den sædvanlige yunge fylde en porter ofte har. hauxe (1024) - Butzbach, Hesse, GERMANY - DEC 26, 2015
Rated from old notes. Pours ruby red into the glass. Medium bodied, sweet, although with no definite honey taste. Mild, malty aroma. Decent. Foxbush (2142) - Richmond, Virginia, USA - DEC 13, 2015
12 oz bottle from Food Lion, Richmond, VA The porter poured a deep ruddy brown opaque color with tan head and lacing. This is nice looking porter. The aroma of roasted malts and spice greets you. The taste is most complex with the honey muting some of the raw roasted malts. I like this porter. There is also some light chocolate noted in the taste. The medium body porter has a soft carbonation. The finish was clean with some subtle bitterness for the English Goldings. This is wonderful porter for the ski lodge.
BeerRenter76 (1055) - Texas, USA - SEP 11, 2015
Originally rated on 1/18/08. It delivers what it promises, a smell and taste of honey, roasted malts, a tiny bit of bite. A decent porter, kind of interesting worth and trying in the variety pack TorbenJensen (1590) - Valby, DENMARK - JUL 13, 2015
A porter with beautiful light brown and persistent foam. Pronounced aromas of hard toasted malt and a little honey discerned already. The taste is very caramelized and have a little coffee note. There is no definite taste of honey, but a sweetness as possibly derived from honey, but might as well be a malt sweetness. It used a good deal of malt in this porter, and I also sense a little smoke and a little anise taste. It’s a very tasteful porter, but everything else had also surprised me when it is a Boston Beer. Here quality is always in the top, and this time is no exception. It is highly recommended. willisread (3803) - Nashville, Tennessee, USA - APR 27, 2015
Old rating. Bottle from Old Town. Aromas of honey, roasted malt and grains with a hint of chocolate. Sweet on the palate with a slightly bitter dry finish. Not a fan of the honey action. Jabah (565) - Bethesda, Maryland, USA - APR 10, 2015
RATED 5/14/2009 ON BEERPAL: I’m just a fan of porters, so naturally I like this beer. I disagree with the reviewer above who didn’t notice the honey. I actually fully taste the honey in the flavor, along with some other sweets from the malts. Aroma has hints of honey as well. The apperance is dark brown with a medium body. Not too heavy, a good dinner beer. I would buy it again, especially if on sale again for $6.99 a six. slowrunner77 (13206) - Reno, Nevada, USA - OCT 21, 2014
"similar in body to the SA Holiday Porter, subtract spices, add honey, this is what you get. I like it just a touch better than the holiday. If you like dark beer and honey, this one’s for you."