A Note on This Beer
Farmhouse Ales and Saisons receive the highest accolades for how they produce beer in the same way for hundreds of years. Why aren’t more Porters made like the originals?
Sound Brewery’s World Beer Cup winning Poundage Porter resurrects a historically accurate Porter so tasty it explains why people have been drinking them for generations. They adopt a 250 year old recipe from a brewer named Obadiah Poundage to create a Porter as rustic as a Hill Farmstead Saison. Poundage Porter bursts with fresh cut wheat grain, oat flavors and smoke, transporting you to pastoral England of the the early 1700’s.
Sound Brewery, in their commitment to authenticity, use of East Kent Goldings hops and authentic UK malts. Poundage Porter is unaged, giving beer fans a glimpse of Porter at its most raw and unblended form. Roasted grains are foregrounded with the intensity of a single barrel scotch, giving Poundage a much more artisanal feel than mass-produced homogenized Porters.
Poundage entertains with a lovely ruby coal hue and light tan head. Aromas of earthy wood, slight lactic tang, coffee and big oats jaunt below the nose. Poundage is a feast of flavors with tastes of roasted wheat, chocolate, char, caramel, and smoke. True to form of early British Ales, it finishes quenchingly dry.
Poundage Porter is now in bottles for the first time and ready to win over new fans. With a crisp, clear palate, Poundage Porter makes it so you don’t have to choose between refreshment and fully flavor. You’ll find it very easy to drink a few in one sitting, or dare we say, pound ‘em.
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Sound Brewery - Poundage Porter - $7.49 for a 22 oz Bottle
Style: Porter, ABV: 5.5%, 36 IBUs
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