Brewed by Errant Brewery
Style: Porter
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England


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RATINGS: 15   MEAN: 3.5/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.38/5   EST. CALORIES: 135   ABV: 4.5%
A dark horse of a porter brewed with a unique blend of Bramling Cross and Dr.Rudi

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tommann (4061) - Dudley, West Midlands, ENGLAND - FEB 5, 2018
Cask at Craft Beer Co, Covent Garden. Pours very dark brown with a small head. Aroma is bitter coffee. Taste has light coffee and chocolate, with some fruity hops in the finish.

HogTownHarry (7287) - Toronto (Harbourfront), CANADA - FEB 3, 2018
September 11, 2017 - at Craft (Clerkenwell) - on handpull cask. Ink-black pour, small tan head. Aroma and taste are middling roast, biro ink, and a bit of sweet molasses - okay. Average body, mild carbonation, quick and slick simple low alcohol finish. Pretty average.

Mishnok (465) - Tyne & Wear, ENGLAND - NOV 25, 2017
Half at The Dog & Rabbit in Whitley Bay. Dark with some ruby tones, bit of a head. Quite smooth with sweet malt and milky chocolate. Not too bad. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

stravale (3150) - Co. Westmeath, IRELAND - OCT 30, 2017
Aroma: 7 Look: 3 Taste: 8 Palate: 4vOverall: 15
Cask @ Lady Grey's, Newcastle
Very dark brown, ruby edges, thin beige head
Aroma of nice soft roast, no coffee or burnt notes
Taste of nice sweet dark malts, quite rich malts, no dry ash shite, dab of dark bitter choc, very good flavour
Palate - Medium body, bit sticky, fairly sweet, light bitter roast. Finish of soft bitter roast
Overall - Really nice porter

fonefan (52906) - VestJylland, DENMARK - JUL 5, 2017

Cask (gravity) @ NBF 2016 [ The 41th. Nottingham Beer Festival (The 9th Robin Hood Beer and Cider Festival) ], Nottingham Castle, Friar Lane, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England NG1 6EB.

[ As Errant Comanche Porter ].
Clear dark brown colour with a small to average, frothy, fair lacing, mostly diminishing, off-white head. Aroma is moderate to heavy malty, roasted, dark malt, caramel, light chocolate. Flavor is moderate to light heavy sweet and moderate bitter with a long duration, sweet malt, dark malt, chocolate. Body is medium, texture is oily to watery, carbonation is soft to flat. [20161014]

harrisoni (19695) - Ashford, Kent, ENGLAND - APR 28, 2017
Cask gravity at Reading BF 2017. Black beer lasting tan head. Cold not great condition. Mostly dark chocolate a little harsh a little liquorice or molasses. A third of a pint was clearly enough.

imdownthepub (15638) - Banbury, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND - MAR 13, 2017
Cask conditioned at The Blue Boar, Leicester. Black with cream head. There is a slight thinness to this with a vegetal bitterness, malty, some chocolate notes. There is a late coffee husk note. Pretty reasonable.

Grumbo (4536) - Ipswich, Suffolk, ENGLAND - MAR 10, 2017
Cask at the Craft Beer Co, High Holborn, London. Pours chestnut brown with a lasting creamy beige head. Aroma of light roasting, malt, toffee, chocolate, nut and dark fruit. Toward heavy sweetness, light bitterness. Medium body, slight sticky texture, soft to average carbonation. Finish is sweet and smooth. Very nice.

berkshirejohn (6812) - Bracknell, Berkshire, ENGLAND - FEB 17, 2017
Cask at the Nags Head, Reading. A cola coloured pour with a tight caramel head; sweet aroma with traces of rum and oak; sugary in the mouth, without being over sweet; well balanced with red fruit and some woody hops, giving a long bittersweet finish. A good Porter.

pitch992 (249) - SLOVENIA - DEC 20, 2016
A nicely balanced porter that is light-medium bodied, but is highly enjoyable due to a good blend of caramel, cocoa, some citrus notes. Low malt astringency which is also pleasant.

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