Tag Archives: Porter

Leave The Capitol: The Runaway Brewery

Recently I was sent some beer to try. Four bottles to be precise, and all of them from a new brewery based in Manchester. I know very little about them other than they have an ace logo (very important) and … Continue reading

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The Celt Experience Brewery 614 Annees (8.5%)

Brewed in collaboration with Brasserie St. Germain, 614 Annees is a Chocolate Rye Porter that smells of plum compote and port in an old leather satchel. The leatheriness continues into the flavours and as you drink you find redwood resin, … Continue reading

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Hop Stuff Brewery: An Arsenal Of Beer

A few weeks ago I came across Hop Stuff Brewery and thought I’d check them out. I was drawn in by their logo as I’m an Arsenal supporter (so shoot me) and their logo looks rather like my favourite club’s … Continue reading

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Church Farm Brewery Brown’s Porter (4.2%)

This beer isn’t half bad, but I’d argue it’s more of a Bitter than a Porter. For a start it pours a dark red conker colour rather than a chocolate brown. The smell is a woody chocolate fruitiness, and the … Continue reading

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The Five Points Brewing Co. Railway Porter (4.8%)

My first taste of a Five Points beer and what a lovely thing it is. With a smell that’s stuffed with chocolate and damsons and raspberry jam, the beer pours a deep dark brown and sits in my glass looking … Continue reading

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