Do you like plums?
And I like how the plums work in this beer.
Titanic’s Plum Porter pours a very nice purple brown and the smell is, well, rather like breakfast actually.
Plum jam, coffee, toast and cereals.
There’s a nice woody malt with lots of chocolate, raisins and bitter damson skins.
And there’s an ever present plummy fruitiness, rich, juicy, fleshy.
It’s not overly sweet and it’s absolutely delightful.
Across this is a welcome slash of Goldings hops that bring a much needed sharp hedgerow, nettle tea and flowerbeds and leaves you with a satisfyingly bitter dry finish that ends this beer beautifully.
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