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Brewed by Browar Kormoran
Style: Baltic Porter
Olsztyn, Poland

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RATINGS: 399   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.84/5   EST. CALORIES: 270   ABV: 9%
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4.3
immunitycheater (120) - Żywiec, POLAND - JUN 21, 2017
WARKA: 31/12/2017.
AROMAT: Kawa, czekolada, paloność, suszone śliwki, likier.
WYGLĄD: Piana drobno i średnio-pęcherzykowa, szybko opadająca do kołnierzyka, delikatnie wyklejająca szkło. Barwa czarna z rubinowymi refleksami. Nieprzejrzyste.
SMAK: Przypieczona skórka od chleba, suszone śliwki, czekolada, karmel, wafelki, wędzoność, pumpernikiel. Z każdym łykiem coraz mocniej wyczuwalna kawa i palone słody.
ODCZUCIE W USTACH: Wysycenie średnie. Ciało średnie do wysokiego, treściwe, oleiste, syropowe, wytrawne. Goryczka niska palono-kawowa.
OGÓLNE WRAŻENIE: Alkohol lekko grzejący w przełyk, nie jest natarczywy ani gryzący mimo 9%, przyjemnie ułożony, szlachetny. Bardzo dobry Porter Bałtycki, ciężko szukać konkurencji w tej kategorii cenowej. Często wracam i będę wracał, ponieważ warki naprawdę trzymają poziom! Szanuje.

4.2
Phil (181) - Kent, ENGLAND - JAN 18, 2013
Damn near perfect bp. Top stuff, meaty feintly autolysis aroma, but smooth right up there dark flavour. Walloping finish. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

4.2
diomedest1 (60) - - JUL 10, 2013
W zapachu dominuje kawa. Piana ładna, kremowa, oblepia szklankę do końca. Smak bardzo zbalansowany, świetne połączenie kawowości i słodkości, lekko wyczuwalna wanilia. Wspaniała, gęsta, kremowa konsystencja. Alkohol w smaku nie wyczuwalny, rozgrzewa dopiero w przełyku, bardzo zresztą przyjemnie. Choć to porter zupełnie inny od żywieckiego, to na podobnym, bardzo wysokim poziomie.

4.2
GraveAtSea (139) - Lublin, POLAND - OCT 7, 2013
Bottle 0,5l Expire date: 03.05.2014 Dark brown, dark ruby color. Huge creamy, pale brown foam. Aroma: roasted malts, raisins, dried fruits (plums), caramel, cherry liqueur, some porto wine. Love this smell. Taste: balance between sweet and bitter. Roasted malts, cherry, dark chocolate, raisins, dried fruits, coffee and chocolate liqueur. Long warming finish. Full body with a thick texture. For me one of the greatest Polish Baltic Porter.

4.2
Cantabrian (1131) - Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND - MAR 7, 2014
Bottle, many thanks to the kindness of the great Eldesmadre. It’s an honour to try this beer, not only because I particularly love Baltic Porters, but also for its name. It’s not always that you can get a traditional beer formally named after a shag. So, this has a nice, dark, coca cola appearance, very dark, with a nice light beige head, rather bubbly to start with. The aromas are a mix of dark chocolate, caramels and plums. Very enticing to the nose. Drinking this beer was nice and warming, with flavours full of dark chocolates, dulce de leche, cherry liquor, plums and all sorts of forest fruits. Talking about all sorts, some interesting liquorice presence too. I can get molasses and plenty of booze. In spite of that noticeable alcohol, it is easy and terribly pleasant to drink. There’s a mild bitterness, from a herbal source, perhaps from that boozy, spicy Schnapps-type of flavour. Medium bodied, with less carbonation than initially suggested by the appearance. Delightful stuff.

4.2
driv3r_ (17) - POLAND - MAY 17, 2014
UPDATED: FEB 25, 2017 In front of me there is a wonderful bottle with black label depicting a silhouette of a wolf howling at the Moon. Pleasant and rich aroma consisting of dark dried fruits (plums, ripe raisins, figs) dipped in milk chocolate, notable scent of of liqorice, hint of caramel coffee and buckwheat honey as well. Color is dark brown yet clear, deep ruby light reflexes. Low head despite rigorous pouring, reduces to surface cover quickly. Medium body. Explosion of "dark tastes"; ripe dark dried fruits and liquorice, good roastiness with some sour accents. Medium and notable bitterness. Goes down the throat smooth, inviting for another sip. Polish Baltic Porter - AS IT SHOULD BE.

4.2
adasko (2233) - Poznan, POLAND - JUN 25, 2014
UPDATED: FEB 21, 2016 Beautiful coffee and roast aroma. Speaking about the dye I think it’s too bright, too transparent. But has amazing lacing. Taste is just like aroma, but much stronger, just awesome. You can feel a little bit of alcohol, but it’s not disturbing at all. Overall it’s just great great beer! /edit/ Butelka do 25.09.2015. 5 miesięcy po terminie. W aromacie zdecydowanie pojawiają się nuty wiśniowe i śliwkowe. Do tego tło czekoladowe i kawowe. Świetny aromat. W smaku nadal sporo słodyczy, która szybko gaśnie. Prócz nut palonych, dość delikatnych, pojawia się wiśnia, śliwka. Piwo wyraźnie się utleniło, stało się nieco bogatsze. Nie zwala jednak z nóg, nadal jest ’tylko’ rewelacyjnym porterem.

4.2
no_cheating (92) - - FEB 25, 2015
UPDATED: MAY 10, 2017 Pitch-black. Rich and full the taste with lots of carmel. Has a bit unfreshness in the taste which can put some people off, but I like it very much.

4.2
majkelr (463) - Lębork, POLAND - JUL 10, 2015
Aromat czekoladowy, palony, kawowy, śliwka w czekoladzie. W smaku kawowe, czekoladowe, śliwka, lekko palony. Długi posmak, alkohol niewyczuwalny, bardzo dobrze się ukrył. Warka lekko po terminie (10.05.2011).

4.2
Stoutbjorn (1) - POLAND - DEC 11, 2015 does not count
Very Sweet malty aroma. Strong flavour ot roast malt making this beer a little sour and bitter at the beginning with very sweet finish. Alcohol notes not very prominent for a beer with 9% ABV. Head very thick and brown. Colour nearly jet black. Still has some brownish golden accent in it. I enjoyed this beer very much. On of the best baltic porters i drank.


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