Muddy York Porter
This was the workingman’s beer made popular by the porters and dockworkers of 18th century London, which inevitably found its way across the Atlantic. Porter was “the” beer to drink. In our opinion, this somewhat forgotten style’s resurrection is long overdue! This straight up easy drinking Porter boasts notes of dark chocolate, roasted marshmallow and a faint background of wood smoke, enticing you to discover something new with every pour.
Black or chocolate malt gives the porter its dark brown color. Porters are well hopped and heavily malted. This is a medium-bodied beer. Porters can be sweet. Hoppiness can range from bitter to mild. Porters are often confused with stouts.