Below is a list of the bottled stouts & porters I have tasted. Many are given poor marks for being oxidised or infected, which is not necessarily the beers fault - I just had a bad
Having moved house to Cumbria & living in a rented house for a while I have limited space for brewing. A narrow kitchen which is the thoroughfare to the garden is particularly troub
05/05/14. My 32nd homebrew, Peat Port-Al continues the AL series of beers.
A substantial porter that will be ready to drink for my wife's (it ends in a "0") birthday. She wanted it chocolatey.
Roasted,caramel & burnt malt flavours. Fairly dry.
There is plenty to taste in this beer: A touch burnt, a little smokey. Malty & smooth but not sweet.