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“The smooth notes of natural chocolate in King Porter Stomp are in perfect syncopation with the five different malts that provide the bass line of this robust beast. Medium-bodied with a chocolate aroma, King Porter Stomp is as smooth as jazz.”
Foeder Baltic porter brewed with pilsner, Munich II, oats, Caramunich II, and pale chocolate, and hopped with Columbus.
"We age our Imperial Porter for a year in barrels kissed by the Caribbean, giving pFriem’s Rum Barrel Aged Porter notes of chocolate truffles, ripe cherries and vanilla beans. Drink in this captivating brew and taste luscious decadence."
“Baltic porter … lagered in Four Roses and Pinhook Rye barrels for 11 months … conditioned on both coconut and vanilla.”
Our take on the American amber: malt-forward caramel sweetness with a bit of hop bite on the back, though not hoppy.
“No frills, just like our local ski mountain featuring its namesake run.”
“Through conditioning our Baltic porter with freshly roasted coffee beans, we strive for a balanced coffee character, adding dark sugar, plums, and cocoa notes to the robust porter base.”
Collab with Half Acre Brewing. Baltic porter brewed with hickory bark.
"Rich and full bodied with notes of chocolate and roasted malt along with a dry, bitter finish."
"Robust and complex, our Porter is a bittersweet tribute to the legendary freighter’s fallen crew—taken too soon when the gales of November came early."
"Ruby-hued with strong upfront notes of chocolate and toffee, People’s Porter finishes strong and flavorful, blending delicious herbal hop flavor and just a hint of espresso."
Deliciously rich, elegant, and warming, with notes of chocolate, fig and caramel.
“A Baltic porter brewed with black tea, ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, and anise. This is our first Baltic porter, which we lagered (of course) to provide a crisp, clean base beer for showcasing the complex spice profile.”
“This Baltic-style porter is a balance of chocolate, caramel, smoke, roast.”
“Malty sweet complexity of caramel, toffee nuttiness. Finished off with cocoa nibs.”
This wintery golden porter bundles up cozy flavors of cocoa nibs and coffee.
"NO RULES were followed throughout the creation of this product. This 15% Imperial Porter was made with coconut and turbinado sugar then laid down and aged in bourbon barrels for several months. We hope you enjoy this product as much as we did making it!"
“Selected malts smoked in small batches in a commercial smoker using local alderwood.”
“Deep black, dark chocolate, and full roast flavors in a sessionable stout.”
“A surprisingly bright taste and a dry, chocolaty finish—one evocative of dark brews enjoyed in Belgian taverns 500 years ago. Not a porter, not a stout—it’s 1554.”
This beer reminds us of our favorite watering holes, cool days in August, and Bavarian chocolate chip raisin cookies.
“Baltic porter lagered in Weller bourbon barrels for 14 months.”
A blend of Ardbeg Scotch barrel–aged Oubliette, birch stave–aged Baltic Porter, Big Black Cow, Chester Cop-perpot, and fresh Oubliette and Earthling.
“Pairs the dark-chocolate malty sweetness of a stout or a porter with the smooth drinkability of a lager.”
“Hardywood Baltic Sunrise is conditioned on locally roasted coffee beans from Black Hand Coffee Company in Richmond, Virginia. Our Baltic porter is an invigorating, full-bodied lager with a bold aroma of freshly brewed coffee preceding notes of bittersweet chocolate, hints of dark cherry, and a malty smooth finish.”
"Using a blend of five different grains, this indulgent porter creates layers of velvety flavors blending notes of cream, cacao nibs, coffee and caramel."
"This is a big chewy Porter that focuses on quality malts. This luscious brew has the nose and flavor intensity of an imperial stout but comes in at a reasonable ABV. Best Fiends contains no adjuncts yet is packed with aromas of freshly baked chocolate croissant, graham cracker, cigar tobacco, high percentage cacao, and malted milk ball."
"A big and roasty American Porter with cacao nibs lending a complimenting chocolate character while also providing a unique mouthfeel."
“Porter with the addition of lactose. Brewed with Chilean coffee and Chilean chocolate malts.”
“Lager yeast makes this big dark beer extremely smooth and chocolaty. It lacks the roast bitterness of a stout but has layers of chocolate, coffee, caramel, perhaps toffee, and a wine-like finish.”
“Big, bold, and black. This unusual lager style has many similarities to imperial stouts. A lengthy conditioning period creates a silky-smooth chocolaty mouthfeel enhanced by the use of oats and brown sugar. Noticeable sweetness gets balanced by roasted malt and hops bitterness.”
“A blend of Arabesque and Imperial Porter base aged in bourbon casks, finished in a Cognac cask.
Forged from German and British malts and traditionally lagered in our American oak foeder, our Baltic porter is made with respect for those that came before it.
“Milk stout brewed with Santa Lucia Reserve Coffee.”
“Baltic porter lagered in Henry McKenna bourbon barrels. Collaboration with Bottle Logic.”
“A blend of whiskey barrel–aged Great Impression Stock Ale, Soul Crusher, Black Blizzard, and brandy barrel–aged Public Enemy Baltic Porter.”
Complex Baltic porter exhibiting chocolate and light coffee notes.
Strong, smooth porter fermented cold for a month in stainless before lagering for an additional four months in a Missouri white oak lager foeder.
A balanced American Porter with notes of coffee, chocolate and a light roasty finish.
“Baltic porter brewed with oak-smoked wheat and Vermont maple syrup.”
“Mocha coffees. Bittersweet chocolates. Essence of fruit in the malt profile.”
Our darkest lager, capped by a large stand of cream-colored foam to showcase deep and rich malt aromas of milk chocolate, raisins, and restrained coffee roast.
“Big, bold, black, and aged in bourbon barrels. A lengthy conditioning period creates a silky smooth chocolaty mouthfeel enhanced by the use of oats and brown sugar. Noticeable sweetness gets balanced by roasted malt and hops bitterness. Additional flavors include bourbon, vanilla, and oak.”