Porterhouse Wrasslers XXXX Stout

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Brewed by Porterhouse
Style: Dry Stout
Dublin, Ireland

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unknown

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RATINGS: 520   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.59/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Cold filtered and kegged. Also available bottled at 5.7% ABV.
"Made to arecipe originally brewed by Deasy’s of West Cork in the early 1900’s. This was Michael Collins’ favourite tipple - a stout like your gradfather used to drink. A fine fullsome stout, full in every way, a pungent aroma of late kettle hops. A generous quantity of roast grain for flavour, bitter with flaked barley producing that rich body."
Ingredients: Pale Malt, Roast Barley, Black Malt, Flaked Barley; Galena, Nugget and East Kent Goldings hops.

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2.9
GuideDogSaint (1588) - Xiamen, CHINA - AUG 11, 2017
Cask at GBBF. Pours black with a beige head. Aroma of roast malt. Slightly off edge. Dry bitter finish.

3.2
thomat (3930) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - AUG 11, 2017
UPDATED: AUG 11, 2017 Cask @ GBBF 2017. Very dark brown with a medium tan head. Malty and roasted tones. Malt, coffee , fruit and britternes. Medium body with a long bitter / roasted finish.

3.5
Beese (2937) - Watford, Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - AUG 10, 2017
Cask at The Great British Beer Festival 2017, Kensington Olympia. Black, fairly full mouthfeel. Very dry, but has a slightly sweet aroma.

3.6
Lonick (2194) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - AUG 3, 2017
Keg, 6 North, Edinburgh. Pours brown almost black with a good sized tan head. Nose is chocolate and toffee, with a hop edge to it. Taste is malty, woody, roasted malts, slight soy sauce.

3.8
Johnstledger8 (1217) - Dublin, IRELAND - JUL 28, 2017
Draught. Pours a pitch black with a lasting foamy light beige nitro looking head. Aroma is of coffee, chocolate, caramel, dark malts, dark fruits. Taste is of dark chocolate, coffee, light bitterness, biscuit. Oily mouthfeel, soft carbonation.

4
fdomig (1025) - München, GERMANY - JUL 21, 2017
1/2 pint at the brewpub Dublin. Aroma is malt, caramel, coffee. Assistance is dark black with a stiff brown foam. Dry and bitter taste. Great.

3.9
cervmagpt (840) - PORTUGAL - JUL 18, 2017
Review based on the BJCP2015 guidelines (style 15B). Bottle 33 cl - Batch unknown (BBF 15.12.17). AROMA: medium roasted aroma with notes of coffee and slight cocoa. background with faint nutiness and very faint dried grapes. APPEARANCE: very dark brown color with ruby highlights. almost opaque. large brown head with very good retention. TASTE: similar to the aroma but with more predominance of reasted malt (coffee). very faint nutiness. medium-high to high bitterness with a bitter and roasted finish. PALATE: medium-light body with medium-high carbonation. slight astringency. OVERALL: a very intense irish stout of old.

3.4
Sven1973 (490) - GERMANY - JUN 3, 2017
Gezapft im Porterhouse Pub in Dublin (Temple Bar). Schwarz-Braun, leichter bräunlicher Schaum. Aroma: gerösteter Malz, Bitterschokolade, Holz. Geschmack: Gerösteter Malz, Schokolade, Lakritz. Wenig Kohlensäure, cremig.

3.6
melush (4239) - SPAIN - APR 29, 2017
33cl Bottle @ 2D2Despuma Tienda, Barcelona, Spain. Black colour with tan head. Aroma is roasted malt, chocolate, buttermilk, coffee. Taste is roasted malt, chocolate, licorice, bitter. Medium body, moderate carbonation.

3.6
jamestulloch (4156) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - APR 5, 2017
Keg at Six Degrees North, Edinburgh. Dark brown body with ruby highlights and a dense tan head that holds well. Good lacing. Aroma of dark chocolate and wood. Flavour of lemon pith and chocolate. Medium body with a watery, smooth texture. Soft fizz. Very dry.


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