Formerly brewed at Bryggeriet Ølfabrikken (Gourmetbryggeriet - Harboe)
Style: Baltic Porter
Roskilde, Denmark


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RATINGS: 1017   WEIGHTED AVG: 4.12/5   EST. CALORIES: 225   ABV: 7.5%
Editor’s note: Has also been brewed at Bryggeriet S.C. Fuglsang and Nøgne Ø in Grimstad, Norway
Introduced at ’Fynske Øldage’ 2005.

English: A dark and rich porter inspired by the Baltic porters traditionally made in Scandinavia. Roasted without being burned or bitter, with the flavor dominated by dried fruits and vinous notes. High amounts of residual sugars and a fruity aroma makes this beer the perfect companion for chocolate desserts, if served lightly chilled. Brewed on Maris Otter ale malt, British Brown Malt, chocolate malt, roasted barley, two types of caramel malt and brown sugar.

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BrockLanders (780) - Panama City, Florida, USA - APR 3, 2006
The hits just kept coming as I opened that box of Danish beer. We love the porter style and were anxiously awaiting this one. Poured a dark, nearly black color with a nice tannish head. Big roasty, choco-coffee nose...lotsa malts. Lovely. Mmmm...sweetish coffeeish malt flavor is excellent...just enough hop bitterness to hold it tightly together. Great balance...nice full bodied smoothness too. Wish we had more of this great beer. Thanks again Rene!!!! I’ll post on your entire shipment tonight!!

dornoy (701) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - APR 1, 2006
Brown head on a black body. I’m usually not a gat porter fan, but this one has it all : from the coffe-like aroma to the deep colour and a little sweetness, this is indeed a prince among porters.

Christian (13678) - Odense, DENMARK - MAR 16, 2006
UPDATED: APR 12, 2008 Canned version 2008- Black with a beautiful and lasting pillow of light brown head. Roast malt dominates the aroma with some chocolate and the faintest hint of metal. Tasted next to a 2007, bottled porter, the flavour lacks quite a bit of the character it used to have. Thinner, more straightforward roast flavour, dry and without the fruitiness that used to make it such a perfect beer. Original rating, way back: Rich roast malt aroma, with some chocolate and a hint of coffee. Perfectly balanced flavour, dry with some (dark, dried) fruity sweetness and lots of bitter, roast notes. Full bodied and despite the intensity, very easy to drink. 9-5-9-4-19

hopscotch (11159) - Vero Beach, Florida, USA - MAR 14, 2006
UPDATED: FEB 17, 2007 Bottle... This beer rocks!... Pitch black brew with a mid-sized, light brown head. Sweet, malty, roasted nose with notes of coffe, cocoa and hickory smoke. The flavor is very well balanced with lots of rich caramel, chocolate and campfire smoke. Full-bodied and silky with soft carbonation. Finishes astringent, medium bitter and deeply toasted. Thanks go out to JensenTaster for the bottle!

bridge (659) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - MAR 10, 2006
Suprisingly prominent alcohol, but generally a wonderful aroma of dark roasted malts and chocolate liqueur. Smooth flavour with dry roasted bitterness. Quite full bodied, and it seems to carry more depth than you’d expect for "only" 7.5% abv.

presario (4916) - Stampede City, Alberta, CANADA - MAR 5, 2006
Another great beer courtesy of Papsoe. Luckily I found a rare special beer to complete the package I am sending him tomorrow. Golden chocolate mousse head more than fills the glass over top of a black beer. Strong roast coffee aroma. Big roasted grain flavour defines the work "roasted"! Coffee and mild chocolate notes. Long finish makes it feel like the beer is still in your mouth long after it is gone.

acertain (249) - Seattle, Washington, USA - MAR 5, 2006
My first beer from my first international trade. Thanks Papsoe! Pours jet black, with no hint of light or color showing even when a thin layer is held up to the light. Nice tan head. Fruity aroma with malty goodness and floral hops showing through; could definitely pick up on the caramel, not so sure about the chocolate. In the mouth it’s moderately creamy, with high carbonation. The flavor is an extension of the aroma, with the addition of moderate smoky bitterness upon swallowing. Definitely something I could get used to drinking, though not being a huge smoky/bitter fan, I could do with less of that.

jonas (7602) - Garching b. München, GERMANY - FEB 28, 2006
Dark matter in a bottle, creamy brown head. Substantial dark roasted coffe aroma, some sourness, figs, raisins. Smooth milk chocolate flavoring, coffee bitterness, whisky, nutmeg and dark chocolate far into the aftertaste. Silky mouthfeel, bitter dryness, some sparkles. Wonderfull brew - thanks to sk8viking for carrying it down here :-)

fiulijn (20604) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - FEB 20, 2006
UPDATED: JAN 30, 2013
2013-01-30, bottle courtesy of humlelala, 7.5% ABV, bb 25.04.2013, 8-5-8-4-16=41
Black color with generous compact head. Intense aroma, with roasted malts, dark chocolate, leather, Shitake mushrooms, some cellar mold. The mouthfeel is very smooth in the front, drier in the end; good flavor of roasted malts, without being too ashy, with correct bitterness; it also has some dark chocolate.

2007-05-11, bottle at Københavnske Øldage 2007, 7-4-7-4-14=36
Black color; thin head. Some aroma of roasted malt, liquorice. Good body structure, powerful mix of malt, caramel, roasted malt and liquorice.

2006-02-19, bottle, 7.5% ABV, 9-5-9-5-18=46
Pours oily, it has a black heart colour with a huge brown head.
The aroma has a strong bread touch in the beginning; then it develops itself into some roasted malt, hops, milk. It’s a 9.5, a symphony!
The mouthfeel is round, full, with a silky power of roasted malt, a touch of liquorice, the right balance between sweetness and bitterness. Everything is perfectly blended together.
It has a powerful and long finish, dominated by the burnt sugar, roasted malts and coffee.
I’m drinking it in the Courage Imperial Russian Stout original glass, and it’s perfect, it’s a real Imperial Russian Stout! Marvelous!

Dedollewaitor (16174) - Odense, DENMARK - FEB 13, 2006
UPDATED: DEC 25, 2006 Simply one of the best porters/stouts I have ever tasted. Black with brown head. Chocolate charamel and fruity. The fruityness is a bit like in Ellezelouise Hercule. Full and long finish. Bravo!

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