exile103 (3) - USA - APR 29, 2010 does not count
This is my favorite Czech beer, You can try it on tap at select pubs in Prague, including one that has a sign outside for it between Narodni Trida metro and Karlovo Namesti. You turn down Myslikova off of Spalena, and it is just off the corner there. It can also be found at the outlet by Florence metro. It is best on tap; a delicious porter, with all the best qualities of its kind. TheBeerLover (1027) - DC Metro Area, USA - JAN 25, 2006
Pardubicky Porter pours to a deep, deep brown to black color with a thick and creamy tan head, and a soft to moderate amount of carbonation. The nose on this beer is just jam packed with big sweet and dark malty aroma. Aromas of sweet malt, caramel, and dark chocolate marry with a back drop of peppery alcohol. This is a potent brew, coming in at 8.5% abv. The body is rich and full on the tongue, with lots of big dark chocolate and sweet malty flavors, and undertones of coffee and roast. While the body is full, it is also very round and clean, allowing you to really taste the pure malt character in this beer. Pardubicky Porter finishes with more big chocolatey and sweet malty flavors up front, then ends with a soothing, warming, burn. Excellent Czech version of Baltic Porter.
rpattinson (84) - Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS - JUN 1, 2006
Very dark brown with an even tan head; toffee, roast and hop aroma; very sweet/bitter taste with roast, chicory, liquorice, caramel and dates aromas; bitter finish with liquorice, hop, raisins, toast, coffee, and cream aromas. A legendary beer and one that easily lives up to its reputation. A seamless fusion of sweetness and bitterness (from both malt and hops), it explodes with flavour in the mouth. It finishes with a roasty bitterness that lasts and lasts. I think this is the highest score I’ve ever given a bottom-fermented beer. Simply wonderful. Who gives a toss if it tastes like a "porter"? Call it a Doppelbock, call it a Baltic Porter, or even an Imperial Münchner. It still tastes great. What else matters? Unde (1080) - Helsinki, FINLAND - JAN 16, 2013
Smell has roasted hops, head is dark and lasts quite long and leaves nice lacing to the glass. Taste is like a storm in autumn night. Taste is darkish roasted malts and other malts combination. This is the best dark beer I’ve tasted, from porter fan. Grzesiek79 (4300) - Radom, POLAND - JAN 21, 2012
UPDATED: JUL 10, 2012 coffee, roasty, herbs, basement aromas, earthy, skunky, smoke, sparkling, black, brown foam, light sweetness, very bitter, heavily sour, full body, thick feel, flat, long finish. One of the best baltic porter I have taste.
fulopa30 (1) - Budapest, HUNGARY - OCT 20, 2015 does not count
Egyik kedvenc söröm. Testes, erős telt ízű sör. Enyhén édeskés. Nem egy ivós sör. komoly mozgáskoordinációs problémákat tud okozni a mértéktelen fogyasztása. palleon (2) - Budapest, HUNGARY - AUG 26, 2016 does not count
Kedvenc cseh söröm. A színe szinte fekete. Tartós barna hab. Finom karamelles íz. Az alkohol finoman megbújik a háttérben. Fantasztikus. rozsoma (1023) - Gyõr, HUNGARY - FEB 3, 2010
Oh. Fantastic well-balanced beer. Nice black with fizzy brown head (unfortunately diminishing early) full-bodied smoky porter with toffee and coffe aroma. Thickness is remarkable for a porter. Flavour is firstly sweet malty and turns to a perfect bitterness. Aftertaste is long and Hmmm....Delicous.
Uniqe or as Duke Ellington would say: That’s the one! CanCrusher (1074) - Ilirska Bistrica, SLOVENIA - MAY 7, 2014
Bottle 0,50L. Clear, dark, ruby brown colour with large, creamy, light brown head. Aroma of roasted malts, caramel, coffee, milk chocolate and cocoa. Taste is light bitter in the begining followed by blackberry and chocolate to the medium bitter finish with long lasting aftertaste. Full bodied beer with creamy texture an soft carbonation. One of the best baltic porters I had so far...