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Chapel Down Winery
Brewed at Hepworth

Style: Porter
Tenterden, England

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RATINGS: 96   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.16/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Available in 330ml bottles (bottle conditioned)
Previously known as Curious Brew Admiral Porter, from which the current version differs only by the inclusion of a small amoiunt of Goldings hops together with the Admiral.
This Porter has been brewed using crystal, chocolate, black and amber malts from floor malted Sussex barley. The bittering hop is Sussex grown Admiral with a small amount of Golding late hops. Matured with oak to give a delicate balance of sweetness and bitterness, this beer is bottle conditioned and unpasturised to preserve the extraordinary flavours. Contains barley malts.

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3.5
Cimbasso (1056) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JAN 5, 2018
UPDATED: JAN 5, 2018 Pours black with a beige head. Aromas of roasted malt. Good flavours - coffee, leather, wood, bonfire smoke and a touch of lactose. Very good, not too bitter, not too strong, but very tasty. Highly drinkable.

3.5
jmgreenuk (10378) - Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA - DEC 28, 2017
33cl bottle. Poured a clear dark brown with a short-lived frothy off white head. The aroma is caramel malt, chocolate, roast, smoky liquorice.The flavour is liquorice bitter, light sweet with a smooth, dry roasty, charcoal, liquorice hop bitter palate. Medium bodied with soft carbonation.

2.7
SilkTork (5926) - Southampton, United Kingdom, Hampshire, ENGLAND - DEC 18, 2017
330ml dark bottle, unfiltered, bought and drunk in Mettricks, Woolston with Myles. It's OK. A dark malt beer. Quite modest. Some vanilla notes from being kept in oak barrels. It's quite a thing this oak flavouring for both wine and beer. For me, it tends to work better with wine, but even there it tends to give the beer a sort of trendy, modern feel, which gives it a sort of attitude that I feel slightly at a distance from. I like some of the acidic tartness that can come from storing beer in the wood - such as can be had from 6X when served from wooden casks. But I am less excited about the vanilla flavouring gained from storing in fresh oak. Each to their own. On the whole I found this to be an unremarkable beer. Drinkable, but lacking genuine interest or notable flavours.

3.1
theprof (1375) - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, ENGLAND - AUG 26, 2017
Bottle. Aroma is roasted malts and a little hop. Pour black with thin tan top. Flavour is emphatically malt but rather monotonous. It was the only dark beer available and I was curious.

3.5
HenrikSoegaard (14710) - Randers, DENMARK - MAR 19, 2017
Bottle. Creamy off-white good mostly lasting head. Black colour. Moderate malty and hoppy aroma. Moderate bitter flavor. NIce licorice notes. Average moderate bitter finish. Oily palate.

3.4
Lonick (2537) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - NOV 17, 2016
Bottle @Hilton Edinburgh Grosvenor. Pours almost black but with a slight brownness to it nice thick tan head. Nose is chocolate, slight coffee, fruity, slight dried cranberry. Taste is chocolate straight up with a sweetness at first but with a nice bitter finish.

3.4
Block (3222) - Indianapolis, Indiana, USA - AUG 8, 2016
A regular porter. Malty body, some roasted malts, a little burnt at the finish. Black pour, brown head. What you might expect.

3.1
WaddlingPlatypus (186) - Durham, ENGLAND - JUL 13, 2016
300ml bottle. Thick dark brown pour, with a thin, pale mocha head. Faint coffee and black olives on the nose. Weak roasted flavours, with faint coffee and oak, ending with a hint of stone-baked pizza dough.

3.3
LazyPyro (1805) - Gloucestershire, ENGLAND - APR 19, 2016
33cl bottle. Very dark brown with a small smooth tan head. Aroma of coffee, roasted malts, smokey woody notes, hint of dark fruit. Taste of bitter roast coffee, little bit of dark chocolate, dark fruit, malts.

3
ndburns (190) - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, ENGLAND - MAR 20, 2016
330ml bottle from a friend. Pours a dark brown with slight reddish tinges. Aroma is subdued, roast coffee, slight licorice. Flavor is strong roastiness, fruity and with a sweet finish.


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