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A malt liquor, of a dark color and moderately bitter taste, possessing tonic and intoxicating qualities.
London beer style that's bottom-fermented and stronger in alcohol. Lighter in body than stout.
A traditionally top-fermented dark brown to black hued beer made with kilned malts.
A heavy, dark-brown, strongly flavored beer. The dark color and strong flavor comes from roasted malt. Usually higher in alcohol than regular beers.
is a very dark, top-fermented beer. See also: beer.
A characteristically dark brown beer, of English origin. The bitterness of this beer derives from the use of roasted, unmalted barley.
A roasty dark, almost black, fruity-dry, top-fermenting style, originally from London. The lighter counterpart to stout, Once called "entire", it was meant to combine the characteristics of several contemporary beers. (around 1772) Good with oysters, other shellfish and crustaceans or salt-cured fish.(empty)
A English style lager that almost died out, but has had a resurgence in the last 20 years in micro-breweries (e.g. Sierra Nevada). It is characteristically a lighter-bodied stout counter-part around 5% ABV.
Almost black, porter is a bitter, dark lager. First brewed in England around the 1730's.
a very dark sweet ale brewed from roasted unmalted barley
a good beer for making a smoked beer because of its high malt, low hop ratio
a very unique style in the aspect that just about any brewery can throw together a decent one with minimal effort
thought to originate from the mix of sour and young beer drunk by porters working in the London stations and docks. Nowadays taken to mean a dark bitter beer, half way between a bitter and a stout
A deep brown ale, lighter in body than a stout, originating in London in 1722.
A dark and sweetish but well hopped beer. 60/-, 70/-, 80/-, 90/- 60 shilling, 70 shilling, 80 shilling, 90 shilling ale, all terms for Scottish beers. They equate, very roughly, to mild, light, heavy and strong.
This is a very bitter, dark, almost black-colored beer. Its dark color is derived from roasted unmalted barley and sometimes a dash of licorice. Only within the last 100 years has it been differentiated from stout, which is also dark, but which has a higher alcohol content. One of the Northwestâ€™s best-selling porters is the much-awarded Black Butte Porter, produced by Deschutes Brewery and Public House of Bend, Ore.
a smooth and sweet dark beer.
dark ale, high in extract and sweeter than the usual ale; from malt roasted at high temperature
The porter is a very dark and heavy beer. It is also very sweet and malty.
The first commercially brewed beer in England and was a dark crude ale. It is heavy bodied and dark with a slightly sweet taste.
a dark brown beer made from charred or browned malt; stout; Guinness is one example
Dark brown or black ale with a medium-to-strong hop content. In rare occasions some porters are brewed as lagers.
A very dark, top-fermented beer first brewed in London in 1722 by a man named Harwood as a substitute for a then popular mix of ale, beer, and two penny beer. Called Entire, the beer was advertised as being richer and more nourishing than ale, and was intended for porters and other heavy laborers who would find in it the strength to accomplish their tasks. Its color comes from roasted, unmalted barley.
(English) London style brew that became practically extinct, but is making a comeback. Originally made to satisfy the demand for a 50/50 mix of ale and stout, porter's dark brown hue comes from roasting the barley before the brewing process begins. A lighter-bodied companion to the stout, it possesses a less pronounced hop flavor than ale, and is a heavier brew than most, with just a hint of sweetness.
Dark - brown or black - beer originating in London.
A STYLE OF DARK BEER THAT WAS POPULAR IN ENGLAND TWO TO THREE CENTURIES AGO. IT RESEMBLES A BLEND OF DARK ALE AND STOUT.
A highly hopped beer with a light body.
A malty, heavy, British ale with a dark color and bittersweet finish. Porter is lower in alcohol than Stout. Serve lightly chilled with barbecued or roasted meats or sausages.
Porter is a style of beer in the ale family which has a dark colour. It was developed in the 18th century, originally from the use of highly dried brown malt, a roast malt aroma and hop bitterness. It is generally brewed with soft rather than hard water.