|Brouwerij: St Peter's Brewery|
|Dit bier hebben we geproefd op 25-01-2011 met 27 proevers|
|De gemiddelde beoordeling was 4.74|
|Fles 50 cl .gist hoog .nof nee .THT 2011-09-09|
|Geuren||bitter, honing, Karamel, mout (gerst), stroop, toffee, vanille, zoet,|
|Smaken||banaan, bitter, drop, gebrande mout, honing, hop, kamille, Karamel, laurier (drop), moutbitter, toffee, zuur,|
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Schuim: crème, fijn, weinig
Z 2 3
Z 1 1
B 0 3-4
Alcoholbeleving: 6 % v/v
Mondgevoel: zuur - droog
Meest voorkomende geuren: Honingdrop, honing, karamel.
Opvallende geuren: honingdrop, wiebertjes, zweetsokken,
Meest voorkomende smaken: moutbitter, marmiet, drop.
Opvallende smaken: honingdrop,
Volgens Internet: A traditional English porter finished with honey for a truly unique aroma and taste. This is a famous old ale which has been handed down through generations.
Porter is said to have been popular with transportation workers of Central London, hence the name. Most traditional British brewing documentation from the 1700’s state that Porter was a blend of three different styles: an old ale (stale or soured), a new ale (brown or pale ale) and a weak one (mild ale), with various combinations of blending and staleness. The end result was also commonly known as "Entire Butt" or "Three Threads" and had a pleasing taste of neither new nor old. It was the first truly engineered beer, catering to the public's taste, playing a critical role in quenching the thirst of the UK’s Industrial Revolution and lending an arm in building the mega-breweries of today.