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Mild chocolate nose. Deep brown pour, almost no head. Creamy mouthfeel. On the palate, dark roast coffee is most predominant, followed by milk chocolate & vanilla ice cream. Pretty darn good porter.
Dark, chewy body. Creamy throughout. Starts off with bittersweet chocolate and cold brew coffee. Turns slightly more roasty with a that mild acidic porter/lager finish. Fantastic beer. Only thing keeping it from a 5 is its a little low carb, bumping up the carb just a little bit would make this perfect for a high gravity porter.
It's okay, nothing really pops out about it.
ABV listed on the post doesn’t match what’s on the can but it’s still very good. You can definitely taste a bitter chocolate and coffee. I also found it very hoppy for a porter.
Baltic Porters are on of my favorite styles of beer. This one doesn’t disappoint. Roasty, sweet and a hint of vanilla.
Very solid porter, chocolate and subtler coffee flavor blend nicely
Roasty and smooth. A good beer.
I’m going to give it another chance. I tried at 50 degrees F, lowish on the carbonation Lightly sweet, tastes a lot like Baltic porter with some complexity. I’m going to try it in a chilled glass with a hardy meaty meal. I’d not recommend as your 2nd or 3rd beer of the night on a hot day 😜
Chocolatey vanilla Porter… very nice!
I need to try more Baltic Porters. When comparing to the Russian Baltika #6 Porter the taste are on two different levels. I felt this tasted like other porters and that’s fine but very different from a Porter that the Russians do.
wondefuly roasted notes with hints of coffee and chocolate
crushable. solid porter