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Brewed by Salopian
Style: Porter
Hadnall, England

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RATINGS: 420   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.35/5   EST. CALORIES: 144   ABV: 4.8%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Mainly available bottled. Has been seen on tap.
Historically the term used to describe a porter blended from a variety of ales, entire butt uses 14 different malts and 3 hops to recreate this forgotten style of porter. The beer is black/brown with a crisp white head and is distinctly vinuous. It has little hop character as essentially the flavour is derived from the malts. Malts used: pale Maris Otter, lager, wheat, pale crystal, dark crystal, dark chocolate, pale chocolate, black, roasted barley, caramalt, torrified wheat, amber malt, brown malt and malted oats.

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3.1
BunchABeer (30) - Red Deer, Alberta, CANADA - APR 22, 2015
Pours a very dark brown with red highlights and a large off-white head. Aroma has some mild roastiness, mild chocolate, and a bit of fruit. Taste is similar-- some roastiness, some chocolate and fruit. Thin bodied and somewhat watery.

2.8
Kevin (2201) - Montana, USA - APR 2, 2015
bottle from Sloth. dark brown body looks like the water when cleaning the nozzles on coke dispenser. lasting khaki head. slightly dusty nose with a bit of white pepper and very light toffee. thin body with a watered down marshmallow flavor and some light caramel. seems like it is just a bit past, but still enjoyable.

2.8
Psytron (2500) - Turku, FINLAND - MAR 28, 2015
Smell of licorice, tar. Very dark brown colour, beige head. Aroma of tar, rubber, roasted malt. Bitter, soft and plentiful carbon.

3.1
panzerwolf (358) - FINLAND - FEB 7, 2015
Creamy texture, a full-bodied, dark taste of malts, chocolate and coffee. A little bit roasted, very much enjoyed this one. Smooth to drink but not without some character to it.

3.5
floydslip (422) - Washington DC, USA - JAN 19, 2015
Dark cola-colored beer with a thin fizzy eggshell head. Somewhat peculiar nose of toffee, raisins, and chocolate cake. Flavor is wonderfully malty with slightly toasted nuts, semi-sweet coffee, cocoa, licorice, and black strap molasses all coming through. A little wisp of bitterness finishes it. Despite all the nuances, it is still rather mild for a porter. A different and enjoyable porter.

3.3
Werckmeister (3329) - Vienna, AUSTRIA - DEC 22, 2014
black color, small white head. tastes of malt, light chocolate and smoke aroma. light body, fizzy on the tongue, light coffee bitterness, good texture.

3.1
mauritsio (998) - FINLAND - NOV 17, 2014
Bottle 4,6 from Prisma Kaari. Cocacola colour with lasting medium head. Malty mellow porridge aroma with chocolate. Some bitterness.

-- rated with beerbasher/winphone

3.5
ads135 (5031) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - OCT 14, 2014
A pretty good porter, but light than I was expecting. Has some roasted appeal, but the sweetness, some caramel and chocolate, dominates.

3
alexsdad06 (10805) - West Chester, Ohio, USA - JUN 28, 2014
Bottle from backlog notes 07. Pours a dark cola brown color with a small beige head. The aroma and flavor have roasted malt, bakers chocolate, some dark fruit character that has a slight tart note, thin compared to most porters, but the flavor is still there, this was one of the first English porters I had and not something I would revisit.

3.6
jmgreenuk (9988) - Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA - JUN 27, 2014
Bottle from one of the supermarkets. Poured a clear dark brown with a frothy light tan head. The aroma is roasted malt, red berry fruit, creamy caramel. The flavour is medium bitter with a light malt hop bitter palate. Medium bodied with soft carbonation.


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