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Brewed by Great Yorkshire (prev Cropton)
Style: Porter
Cropton, England

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RATINGS: 73   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.27/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Cask; Regular. Also available bottle conditioned.

A complex blend of fine English Malts, Blackout is a porter ale produced from a unique 1930’s recipe which has only recently been recovered.
The rich, smooth taste will help you relax and unwind, but treat with care, this porter is not called Blackout for nothing.
We hope you enjoy a taste of the past.

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GerrynJoy (1) - MIRFIELD, ENGLAND - JUN 12, 2014 does not count
Exceptional beer both draught and bottled. Chocolate aromas with a hint of liquorice wow!!!.

4.5
SilverfoX (871) - Norfolk, ENGLAND - JUN 30, 2015
big chocolate and vanilla aromas, looks a bit like cola, smooth rich chocolate flavour with hints of vanilla not cloying and very well balanced. superb beer.

4.1
thepegjett (1260) - Cambridge (via Winnipeg), Cambridgeshire, ENGLAND - OCT 2, 2011
A - Roasted chocolate and vanilla A - Dark brown with lasting head T - Sweet with controlled bitter P - Full and creamy O - Fabulous

4.1
BlackHaddock (7232) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - AUG 1, 2013
500ml Bottle conditioned: BBD 7th Aug 2013, poured at home some 8 days earlier into an ’Abbot Ale’ glass tankard. Lovely black colour with a full and lasting beige head. Chocolate esters and tastes rule the brew completely, rich and creamy feel to the whole brew: a chocolate orange flavour arrives as the beer warms in the glass, which sets it apart from other Porters I’ve tried. Really enjoyed this beer, my fourth and final bottle during a ’random tasting evening’ I undertook with myself.

4.1
s_hartshorne (2767) - wakefield, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND - DEC 20, 2013
Bottle rhythm +booze. Pours with a thin tan head soon turns to a slight ring around glass. Colour v dark ruby. Aroma is very strong hot chocolate great! Taste is Sweet coco with vanila and roasted bitter finish. Low carbonation medium body. Very nice beer like a before bed drink when uve run out of cadburys hot choc!

4
Heidbummer (606) - SCOTLAND - NOV 16, 2016
Pours jet black with tan head. Soft carbonation. Loads of chocolate aroma. Coffee, chocolate and some smoke on the taste, hint of dark fruit. Smooth, full mouthfeel, punches above weight for abv. Seriously good.

3.9
Evilkniamhel (941) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JUN 9, 2016
On cask at Haymarket bar. Pours clear dark Redding black. Nose of vanilla pods, chocolate orange, black coffee. Full bodied, creamy, dark malts, molasses.

3.8
SarkyNorthener (4562) - West Bromwich (Yorkshire Expat), West Midlands, ENGLAND - AUG 1, 2013
Bottle. Black beer with red hues. A medium head that dissipates to a ring around the edge of the glass. An aroma of cocoa and vanilla is quite strong. The taste is cocoa, some bitter hops, lactose and roasted malts. The beer is more like a schwarzbier in texture. Very good beer.

3.8
jackafholmes (1015) - - APR 12, 2014
UPDATED: AUG 1, 2015 Bottle from blacker Hall farm (Denby dale). Beautiful aroma of chocolate and toffee. Taste doesn’t quite live up to the smell, but not bad, quite a deep and savoury flavour, not much bite or bitterness though. Dark brown in colour and the head didn’t last long. On keg its better. Chocolate really sings and the body silky and moreish, ive upped my rating slightly.

3.8
Beersiveknown (5284) - NORTHERN IRELAND - MAR 9, 2016
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rich fruity damsons and chocolate on nose, full bodied moderate carbonation deep ruby brown, beige lacing, licorice, chocolate & toast. Moreish


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