Alcohol by volume range 4.0% - 7.0%
3000 Gyles From Home
A cream porter. It's taken Wylam 16 years to get here but here we are.......welcome to their 3000th brew! Brewed with lactose, pinhead oats and dark chocolate malt. Layers of subtle vanilla and milky coffee with a sweet dessert intensity.
Anchor Brewing Co.
With deep black colour, a thick, creamy head, rich chocolate, toffee and coffee flavours, and full-bodied smoothness, Anchor Porter is the epitome of a hand crafted dark beer. A blend of specially roasted pale, caramel, chocolate, and black malts, along with top-fermenting yeast, creates complexity without bitterness. The brew is hopped at a high rate, and naturally carbonated. The result is dark in the glass, but surprisingly light on the palate.
A fervent mix of rich coffee, bittersweet chocolate and the darkness of Black Forest berries. This beer overflows with a deep complexity and will drown you in its depths.
A full bodied, decadently smooth coffee beer in collaboration with local roaster Dark Woods. 7 different malts combine with 7 different coffees added at 3 different points during the brew to create a sweet toffee, rich fruit and chocolate depth, accented with notes of vanilla, and hazelnut. A coffee beer designed with texture, aroma and deliciousness in mind, brewed to celebrate locality and a shared philosophy in creative quality.
Death By Coconut
Oskar Blues Brewey
Intense fresh cacao flavours swirl with popping coconut aromas, all supported by a semi-sweet porter made from loads of dark chocolate and extra dark caramel malt. This limited release specialty comes around once a year to satisfy that sweet tooth, so get 'em while you can before they disappear.
Dry, bitter and robust porter. Opperbacco’s Deep Underground has all the roasty notes and velvety opacity of a good porter and is frequently described as “easygoing” by its fans on ratebeer.com. Which seems a fair assessment. Bitter flavours of coffee, oat and dark chocolate charm the tastebuds while its aroma takes direction from six different types of malt.
Einstok Toasted Porter
With notes of coffee and dark chocolate, this Porter is roasty and rich, with a robust, yet smooth body. Toasted malts give it a sinister black colour, but its crisp taste will have you believing that there’s no more need to be afraid of the dark. Lager malt, Munich malt, chocolate malt, Bavarian hops, with the slight addition of authentic Icelandic roasted coffee.
Fazenda Ouro Verde
Guatemalan Coffee Extra Porter
A rich smooth porter brewed with cocao nibs, vanilla beans and a naturally processed Guatemalan bourbon, coffee from San Patricio el Limon, roasted at Has Bean Coffee with help from Buxton Brewery.