Beer Style: Porter

Smoked Porter

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Smoked Porter (5 gallons/19 L, all-grain) OG = 1.065   FG = 1.016 IBU = 31   SRM = 39  ABV = 6.5% Ingredients7.7 lbs. (3.5 kg) American 2-row (2 °L) 2.6 lbs. (1.2 kg) beech smoked malt (8 °L) 14.1 oz. (0.4 kg) Munich malt (8 °L) 14.1 oz. (0.4 kg) crystal malt (40 °L) 14.1


Big Al Brewing Company’s Smoked Porter clone

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Big Al Brewing Company’s Smoked Porter clone (5 gallons/19 L, extract with grains) OG = 1.056 FG = 1.012 IBU = 44 SRM = 45 ABV = 5.8% Ingredients3.3 lbs. (1.5 kg) Coopers, light, unhopped, liquid malt extract 1.5 lbs. (0.68 kg) dried malt extract 1 lb. (0.45 kg) 2-row pale malt 21 oz. (0.60


“The Bellhop” (Raspberry Porter)

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A middle-of-the-road porter, with raspberries. The flavor and aroma of porter dominate this brew, but both are rounded out with raspberry notes. A fruit beer that even a guy can enjoy, but one that also says, “Hey Ladies!”


Fourth Quarter Porter

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A more highly-attenuated, less caramel-sweet version of a brown porter. A firm, but not overpowering, roast character takes center stage on this balanced, drinkable ale. A brown porter with the session beer sensibilities of a dark mild or dry stout. Invite a few buddies over — even the ones who “don’t like dark beers” — and this keg of porter will kick by the fourth quarter.


Paranthropus Porter

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A robust porter with a nice balance between the sharp bite of black patent malt and hop bitterness. Chocolate notes mingle with English hops in the nose. This won first place in the dark beer category of the Austin ZEALOTS 2004 Homebrew Inquisition. Do not skip making the yeast starter as the beer will not attenuate properly without it.


1744 Porter

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Terry Foster submits his re-constructed recipe of a 1744 London Porter written by William Ellis, which he states “may in fact be closer to authenticity than at first appears to be the case.”


Barren Hill Tavern & Brewery Justa Porter clone

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Barren Hill Tavern & Brewery Justa Porter clone Erin Wallace re-opened one of the oldest taverns in the United States two years ago, as a logical next step from her successes running some of the best craft beer bars in Philadelphia. You can’t visit Barren Hill without noticing a distinct Colonial American style, and the


Stockholm Syndrome Baltic Porter

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One style that’s making a comeback here in the United States is Baltic porter. Although it can be brewed as a lager, many breweries have adapted to fermenting with ale yeast, which works well for this style.


Samuel Adams Brewing Company: Holiday Porter clone

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This holiday release features a deep dark color, with rich chocolate and coffee flavors, as well as cinnamon, and nutmeg.


Hill Farmstead Brewery’s Everett clone

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Named for Brewmaster Shaun Hill’s grandfather’s brother, this porter is brewed using American malted barley, English and German roasted malts, American hops, and the Hill Farmstead house ale yeast. It features deep dark flavors of coffee and chocolate.


Captured by Porches Brewing Company: Punctured by Corpses Undead Porter clone

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This porter has an unusually heavy body/mouthfeel from the use of a high percentage of unmalted grains, and a nose that accents hints of coffee and caramel. Chocolate dominates the flavor with just enough hops to prevent the finish from being too sweet.


Maui Brewing Co.’s Coconut Hiwi Porter clone

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Maui Brewing Co.’s flagship porter, flavored with hand-toasted coconut.


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