London Fields Brewery Black Path Porter (4.2%)

Black Path London PorterBlack Path Porter is an absolute delight.
Sitting in my glass as black as tar and looking fathoms deep, the smell is damsons and black berry jam and chocolate.
There’s a snappy little finish to this beer, all nettle tea and hedgerow greenery, and it cuts across the beer in just the right way, adding a much needed freshness after the thick satisfying comfort of the rum and raisins, plum jam, digestive biscuits, honey and coffee presented in a slightly damp wooden crate with added fungal fuzz that makes up the main body of this beer.
Like a big boozy chocolate bar full of goodies, Black Path Porter is a real treat.

Source: London Fields Brewery

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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