A fairly substantial English dark ale with restrained roasty characteristics. It typically has a higher gravity and more roast flavor and aroma than English brown ales. Brown porter claims the ground between English brown ale, mild, and robust porter. It is a dark ale that often has the light caramel and toasty malt character and low hop character of a Southern English brown ale, but it is bigger and roastier than that.
Commercial Examples: Fuller's London Porter
Food Pairing: Roasted & Grilled Meats, Peanut Butter & Gruyere Cheese
Glass to Serve: Nonic Pint
Serving Temperature: 10-13 C
The recipe kit includes Malt, Yeast and Hops enough to make 1 Gallon of finished beer
All grains in the recipe kit are unmilled unless specified otherwise during checkout.