Dark and chocolatey, this is a decent Porter.
It pours a deep purple brown and smells of bramble jam and peaty wood, and taking a swig you find a good dry body that’s rich with cocoa powder, honey, burned wholemeal toast, black coffee and cinder toffee.
And cutting through this there’s a very nice pithy hedgerow, nettle tea and bracken hopping that adds a good bitterness to the finish.
All in all very drinkable.
Source: Beer Untold