Beers, ales and lagers come in many types, styles and variations. Please choose from the styles listed to find more of the beers you like.
Alaskan Smoked Porter 2005
83A deep brown beer with garnet highlights, vintage-stamped and enjoying a cult following. An acquired taste but brilliantly constructed nonetheless.
Alaskan Smoked Porter 2006
88The peaty smoke flavours take a bit of getting used to but this is a surprisingly easy drinking strong porter that would work wonderfully with shellfish. A world classic.
Cwmbran Plum Porter
75An interesting, reasonably successful marriage of fruit and dark malts from a Welsh microbrewery.
Lovibonds Henley Dark
75A porter made from seven malts, including malt smoked over local Chiltern beechwood.
Saltaire Hazelnut Coffee Porter
79This bright amber-red beer is loaded with flavour for its strength, but seems a bit too contrived and artificial. Saltaire's beers are terrific but this is not one of their best.
St Peter's Honey Porter
75St Peter's are imaginative brewers, but they've overplayed the honey in this one and it detracts from the flavours of the base beer, rather than complementing them. That said, surprisingly it's not to...
Williams Brothers Midnight Sun
75A strange porter, laced with root ginger. Don't expect fiery gingery flavours: it's more of a cool, almost minty, effect. For me, it doesn't really work, but this is a Tesco award winner, so I must be...
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