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Brewed by Amager Bryghus
Style: Imperial Porter
Kastrup, Denmark
Serve in Shaker, Snifter

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RATINGS: 419   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.84/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 255   ABV: 8.5%
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Danish: På Amager Bryghus bliver vi vist aldrig færdige med at eksperimentere med det sorte og fyldige øl. Og trænger vi til inspiration, så henter vi den gerne udefra. Amager Rug Porter er således resultatet af et frugtbart samarbejde mellem det bedste i amarkansk og amerikansk brygkultur. Af vores sædvanlige base af fornærmende hårdt brændte malte udgør kornsorten rug denne gang hele 16%. Det giver en fantastisk sødlig fylde, en pirrende krydret kant, som kombineret med en diskret og balancerende syrlighed ikke overraskende giver mindelser om rugbrød. Dette er ikke en øl for de svage i troen, men vi er glade for resultatet og håber, at du vil være ligeså.

English: Amager Rye Porter is the result of fruitful cooperation between the best of Danish and American brewing cultures. It’s base is made of hard roasted malts and 16% rye. It adds a fantastic sweetness, and a titillating spicy edge, which, combined with a subtle and balanced acidity, is reminiscent of rye bread. This is not a beer for the weak, we’re pleased with the outcome and hope you will be too

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3.8
lusikka (7833) - Tampere, FINLAND - SEP 8, 2010
500 ml bottle @ Gastropub Nordic. Rated @ 19.5.2010.
Pours a cloudy brown colour with a large off-brown head. A lot of yeast on the bottle. Heavy malty aroma with rye, caramel and hop notes. Medium sweet taste with roastiness, chocolate, pine and rye of course. Very distinctive and original taste. Very dry finish. Well balanced porter.

4
Kestral (506) - Årnes, NORWAY - SEP 6, 2010
Tap at Olympen. Black as all hell with a surge of tiny dark brown bubbles rushing to the surface to form a fat, dense, creamy light brown head on top that stays the duration. Much sticky lace left along the glass wall. Gorgeous. Aroma is very burnt, loads of coffee, cocoa, sour burnt notes, dark milk chocolate, ash, a hint of smoke, something almost woody, and some citrus and caramel. Flavour profile is intense. A solid dose of coffe and cocoa, dark sour berries, burnt sourness.. The malt sweetness really has got a lot to deal with here, but it’s well balanced. No alcohol to be detected anywhere. It’s pretty raw, but it’s definitely good drinkin’. Long, long semidry finish. Nice and thick mouthfeel, moderate carbonation. I really liked this one. First porter I’ve really liked in a good while. Perhaps because it’s thicker in the mouth than most. Relatively complex, very intense, delicious mouthfeel.. all over very solid stuff.

4
jtclockwork (17284) - , New Jersey, USA - AUG 30, 2010
Draft at Max’s in Fells Point, Baltimore. Black pour. Nose of roasted malts and coffee - heavily roasted. Taste of heavily roasted malts, coffee and some chocolate. Good porter.

3.3
BREWMUSKCLES (2744) - New Jersey, USA - AUG 28, 2010
burnt coffee (European style) some chocolate and then a whole lot of shit for flavors thrown in there. hell, i liked it but i am really going to need to re-rate. know what i mean?

4.3
Leighton (22307) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - AUG 26, 2010
Tap at Rattle n Hum. Pours dark brown with a thick, tan head. Sharp aroma with roasted malts, rye and light hops. Flavor is fairly sweet and roasty, with notes of cocoa, caramel and brown sugar. Full bodied, thick and chewy with average carbonation. Finishes with some pronounced bitterness but also plenty of dry roast. Excellent beer.

3.9
Abio (1868) - BERMUDA - AUG 23, 2010
Very dark brown while pouring out of the 50cl bottle. Looks just black at the glass, black with a hughe brown head that holds ok, and sticks good to the glass. Smell of roastiness, coffee and hops, some spices. More hoppy then expected. A good smell. Taste is roastiness and hops, chocolate, coffee and some spices. A good moderated biterness, combined with some nice sweetness that comes up. The coffee-roasted-biterness holds very long. Not bad at all.

4.3
Tim1976 (5) - DENMARK - AUG 9, 2010 does not count
Ekstrem porter. Smager godt men man skal ikke have for mange af dem. Skal prøves

3.5
ante (3373) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - AUG 8, 2010
Bottled. Pours out in a cloudy dark brown appearance with a rich pale brown head. Figs, coffee, mild spices and roasted malts in the aroma. Nearly full-bodied with notes of coffee, dark bread, spices, sweet licorice and sugary brown chocolate. Long medium-bitter finish of spices, coffee, roasted nuts and chocolate-sauce.

3.6
larsga (7656) - Oslo, NORWAY - AUG 5, 2010
Huge brown head. Opaque black body goes just barely dark red at edges. Spicy roasty malty aroma with sugary rye and lacquer notes. Dry-sweet roasty burnt coffee taste with oily resiny spicy notes. Sharpish hot mouthfeel, but taste is also faintly rounded. Might benefit from some cellaring, perhaps. Dry spicy wooden lacquer aftertaste with chocolate and yeast notes. Burnt dusty chocolatey taste lingers. Nice, but a bit harsh, despite all the sweetness. (0.5l bottle, Fish and Beer, Copenhagen.)

4.4
KimJohansen (10497) - Frederiksberg C, DENMARK - AUG 1, 2010
having previously drunk quite a lot of this massive beer it was time give it proper rating. It poured pitch black with a huge dark beige head. Aroma had dark chocolate, burned malt, plenty of hops and rye. Flavour was sweet and seriously hoppy with loads of burned malt, dark chocolate, pine, rye, dark chocolate, english liquerice and grapefruits. Bone dry and bitter finish. What a massive stout even though it is only a 8,5% beer. Perfect balance. Incredible.


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