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Brewed by Fyne Ales
Style: Porter
Cairndow, Argyll, Scotland

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RATINGS: 108   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.68/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 207   ABV: 6.9%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Cask, Collaboration Beer;
Brewed by Jake Griffin and Chris Lewis along with the Crew at Fyne Ales, moving into full scale production.

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BrunoSanchez (190) - Fermo, ITALY - SEP 17, 2014
Porter fatta veramente bene. Oscura con schiuma marrone persistente. Al naso note di torrefatto e caffè. Ben bilanciata in bocca con amaro giusto e corpo leggero-medio. Il sapore riporta sentori di cioccolato, liquirizia, caffe ed affumicato. Finale pulito ed amaro molto piacebole. Ottima birra!

4.3
McNeillR (2329) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - SEP 16, 2013
UPDATED: OCT 5, 2013 A strong perculator-still-warm-steel roasted wholesomeness to the nose, full blow coffee aroma without bedding of cocoa dust and sticky liquoice. There’s not an ester of the nose that is rushed or wasted - this is smelling more than 7%. More than some 11% beers have tried. Branchy, handover carbonation throughout with an oily edge.Steadfast malt is what makes this beer - smoothly dispersed inky hop jabs, purposeful sweetness. Bollocksing bitterness and an earthy moreishness, the only drawback is the credits roll before you realise. No cliffhanger here, buzzing cinnamon and precise clean bitterness.
As a Porter this could mule kick a grittier bitterness more, but the exhaust dribbled malt complexion is suberb - only a heightened ABV could dial this up. A phenomenal receipie that I hope steers Fyne into the ’darker’ ages more.

Bottle, Cornelius, Edinburgh 6 months aged

4.3
RichardW (1813) - Carlisle, Cumbria, ENGLAND - SEP 29, 2013
Bottle, Coppers, Newcastle. Pours a beautiful deep jet black, with a dark coffee coloured head. Rich chocolate and leather aromas and flavours, traces of woodsmoke, sherry and vanilla. Exceptionally well balanced with a bittersweet finish that lingers nicely. Doesn’t drink like a 6.9% beer, up there with their sublime stout, one of my favourites of this year.

4.2
TheCametron (2480) - CZECH REPUBLIC - SEP 6, 2012
Cask at Holyrood 9a for launch night. Black with a generous tan head. Aroma is of toffee and booze. Flavour is milk chocolate, plummy fruit sweetness and more booze. Very smooth integration of the roasty malt edges. A luscious thickness on the palate. Had this side-by-side with a bottle of the winning homebrew entry. I think the original was better. Well played Jake and Chris. A fine achievement.

4.2
Fin (10917) - Merton, Oxfordshire, England, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND - DEC 23, 2013
Bottle from Jacks Westholme Stores, Goring-on-Thames, Oxon, consumed at home Monday 23rd December 2013 This is bloody great, its up there with a stonger Impy Stout/Porter. I love the label ’Its the end of the world and I feel Fyne’ excellent. Soft in mouth, smooth with a nice slick creamy coffee and wonderful roastiness and even a bit of burnt toast. Some tart tangy fruit with a warmth from the alcohol. Loz just gave me a little bit of camemebert whilst I wait for me tea which was lovely but thats rather scuppered the rest of me rating. A8 A4 T9 P4 Ov17 4.2

4.2
gegwilson (3803) - North Yorkshire, ENGLAND - DEC 29, 2013
Bottle courtesy of Mark B. Pours black with a fading tan head. Lots of flavours evident. Quite a bitter brew with liquorice and treacle flavours at the forefront. Some nice coffee and chocolate in there too. This is very drinkable and it my kind of beer.


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