Burlington Beer / Proclamation Bring Forth the Mollusk


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RATINGS: 9   MEAN: 3.56/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.37/5   SEASONAL: Special   IBU: 15   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
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Collaboration with Proclamation Ale Company. Brewed with Applewood smoked malt and Rhode Island oysters. A rich full bodied porter with a touch of smoke and sea breeze.

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3.6
melush (4816) - SPAIN - OCT 6, 2017
47,3cl Can @ Zombier, Malaga, Spain
Dark brown colour with a thin white head.
Aroma is roasted malt, coffee, chocolate, nuts.
Taste follows the aroma.
Medium to light body, average carbonation.

3.1
PhillyCraft (7990) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 29, 2017
This is a porter? Pours a red lager yuengling lager color. Nose and flavor of meat, bread, peat, smoke, and almonds. Really thin.

3.6
fombe89 (4093) - Asturias, SPAIN - MAY 4, 2017
Botella @Zombier, Online 04/05/17.BBD:26/10/16
Color marron oscuro con corona de espuma beige, aromas ahumados con notas tostadas el sabor es ahumado con bastantes sabores tostados algo ligero a cafe con un cuerpo medio, rica.

3.6
ThirstyBird (3012) - Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - MAR 20, 2017
From the can, pours hazy dark brown with orange highlights and a tan head. The smell is dark roasted, licorice, dark fruit. The taste is roasted dark malt, dark fruit with a very dry and roasty end. light+ in body with average carbonation.

4
Korcz (3390) - Warsaw, POLAND - JAN 24, 2017
Bardzo smakowite, taki Brown Porter z morskimi nutami, trochę czekolada z solą morską, trochę suszona ryba, supcio.

3.6
Johnsense (1775) - - JAN 19, 2017
First oyster beer in 5 years! Brown pour, good sized offwhite head, no lace. Roasted malt, mild coffee, light brine, chocolate aroma. Roasted malt, fruit up front, lighter brine and salt, milk chocolate. Medium body.

2.9
malrubius (3047) - Springfield, Vermont, USA - NOV 20, 2016
Can from Meditrina. Dark brown fizzy head leaves a tan ring. Chocolate coffee smoke ash fig earthy aroma. Burnt caramel chocolate very fruity fig cherry sweetness ripe fruity finish with smoke and woody bitterness. Slick thin and a little watery and flat since most of the carbo fizzed off fast. Pretty gross.

Edit: After reading the other reviews I agree it’s ’briny’. But gross.

4
Bulk_Carrier (6065) - Vermont, USA - NOV 17, 2016
This was poured into an English pint glass. The appearance was a dark brown close to black color. Rimmed with a slim white foamy head that dissipated at a nice pace. Messy lace.
The aroma starts with sweet milk chocolate rolling into a subtle robust coffee bean. Sly saline quality. Dry woodiness.
The flavor follows through in the sweetness of the chocolate. Some brininess/saline taste comes through but ever so slight. Sweet milk chocolate aftertaste with the same sort of finish.
On the palate, this one sat about a light to medium on the body like a porter with a fair sessionability about. Since the briny to saline quality is so lean, it also shows in the feel so no distraction and actually feels like a porter with a gripping salty drying throatiness.
Overall, different for a porter. Still, I would have again.

3.6
monk191 (2023) - Portland, Oregon, USA - NOV 4, 2016
A very good oyster Porter. Pours a red-brown with a tan head. Smells of brine, sea salt and a bit of smokiness. Taste is bright, briny, with some smokiness and herbs in the finish. Had on tap at the brewery. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone


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