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Brewed by Browar Witnica
Style: Baltic Porter
Witnica, Poland

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RATINGS: 492   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.5/5   EST. CALORIES: 282   ABV: 9.4%
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3.5
robertsreality (2460) - Minnesota, USA - JUN 7, 2005
Dark Red Coloring and Light Tan Frothy Head. Sweet Strong Malt Aroma. Carbonated..Light Coffee..Chocolate and Malt..Watery Towards the End.. Alcohol Not Noticeable for Such a Percentage. An Interesting Porter

3.9
Reid (2673) - Salem, Oregon, USA - JUN 5, 2005
Served in the very attractive monocromatic labelled bottle. For an old UK ska fan this reminds me of the old Two- Tone record labels. In appearance its the typical dark ,dark brown almost black, mahogany of Baltic porters small tan head, that dissapates fast to leave nice lace. the aroma is very dark chocolate ( unsweet), black coffee etc. Taste is certailly Baltic but it is very much on the sweet side, there is the dark roasted coffee flavour but it is interrupted by a fruity, almost raspberry sweetness that bubbles up from under the bitterness. This is not typical but I like the effect. Nice on the palte..the bubbly sweetness makes this intresting. For a 9.4% beer this is dangerously drinkable..alcohol is barely noticed in the taste.

3.5
heemer77 (5361) - Urbandale, Iowa, USA - JUN 2, 2005
Dark black body with a little bit of ruby highlights showing through. The large tan head is persistent. The aroma is rich roasted coffee with some molasses. The taste has a little bit of lactic creaminess. There is also a little coffee and some rich chocolate in the finish. Overall, the taste is sweet. A nice brew with a slightly thin body.

3.5
brownaler (742) - Alexandria, Virginia, USA - JUN 2, 2005
Burnt malt aroma with a jet black appearence. Has a sour flavor that seems to overpower the chocolate malt leaving an unbalanced palate.

3
BuckNaked (1230) - Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA - MAY 29, 2005
Bottle provided by and shared with clarkvv 4/30/2005: Dark brown body with a small beige head that quickly recedes to a tiny ring around the outside of the glass. Aroma: mostly dominated by dark molasses, brown sugar, maple syrup, acidic toffee. Taste: sweet, syrupy malt up front, followed by brown sugar, molasses, toffee, chalky caramel. Finish shows a bit of coffee and continues to be sweet. Medium forced carbonation, creamy mouth feel. Completely hides any trace of alcohol, which is impressive. This one does seem quite sweet, possibly under-attenuated, so I’m wondering what yeast, or method they used to get this particular sweetness.

2.1
CAmes (32) - Snohomish, Washington, USA - MAY 19, 2005
Didn’t care for this at all. Odd flavor, strange finish. I’m chalking up to just not getting the Baltic porter style.

3.2
turbo (1271) - Arizona, USA - MAY 11, 2005
Bottle poured black with a medium sized off white head. Brown sugar and molasses aroma with a good medium body, sweet malty flavor is almost a bit to sweet for me. Became more roasty as it warmed..still to sweet.

2.6
ClarkVV (6961) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - MAY 5, 2005
2004 bottle shared with bucknaked on 4/30/2005. MIBRomeo is right on, the dark brown body has a shiny copper/penny-colored hue to it. Beige head is quickly receding to ring. Smells of sticky molasses, brown sugar, toffee, very straightforward baltic porter aroma. Would appreciate some lager yeast qualities, but as this is quite filtered and most assuredly pasteurised, I’m not surprised at the cleanliness. Flavor is quite sweet, more molasses, brown sugar and caramel/toffee. Cane sugary finish, maybe a touch of dry anise. Bits of cappucino stick out here and there. Boring, unsubstantial mouthfeel shows the high filtration and forced carbonation. Very sweet, medium body. Hides the alcohol VERY well, I will say that.

3.7
MIBRomeo (2579) - Wisconsin, USA - MAY 5, 2005
dark brown copper hugh w/ a laced off white head. Light hop in the aroma under a big maple syruppy carmel roasted malt smell. The palate was solid fairly creamy while being a little light. The flavor was a big sweet malty syruppy flavor that warmed you as it went down w/ out tasting of alcohol. There was almost a fruity component to it in the finish and a bit of roasiness. Overall a surprisingly good beer out of nowhere.. nice little hidden gem from my local liquor store.

3.5
DavidP (1747) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - MAY 4, 2005
Dark brown body with a quickly dissapating head. Maple syrup / caramel aroma; quite sweet. Sweet flavor, maple syrup, burnt caramel malt, some black patent malt for bitterness. Rich mouthfeel, a touch of alcohol in the finish. I really enjoyed the full sweetness in this guy, it’s a rare trait in beers. I do think this batch didn’t attenuate all the way, but it’s good regardless. Thanks Chuck!


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