Willoughby Peanut Butter Cup Coffee Porter - Willoughby Brewing
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Reviews by psuKinger:
4.28/5 rDev +0.2%
Draft ordered from the $5 bottle-room bar at Vintage Estates, served in a snifter. They seem to have Willoughby beer on draft every time I come here, and I never see it anywhere else, so I figure this is my chance to try it.
Reviews written from notes I scribbled onto my iPhone during the visit last week.
A: pours pitch black, with a nice thin tan head on top that dissipated quickly.
S: not a big nose. Muted notes of roasted malts and peanut butter.
T: smooth, hefty, with an undercurrent of coffee flavor that arrives early and remain throughout. Peanut Butter flavor explodes onto the scene and dominates throughout. I was a bit nervous as to how this would turn out, by it really works. A touch of bittering hops near the back end balance things out nicely, and add just a touch of grapefruit and pine that contrast nicely with the other more dominant flavors.
M: thick and hefty, with a great, dry finish.
D/O: I liked this beer so much i ordered a second one. I'm doing this rating based on that second pint. Highly drinkable. Would buy this by the keg if I could.
06-25-2012 13:36:43 | More by psuKinger
More User Reviews:
4.35/5 rDev +1.9%
Fresh the same day the growler was filled; notes are recent
A solid-looking porter, it's a very dark brown with a solid tan head of creamy froth that displays good retention and lacing via some thick speckling in abundance.
Roast coffee and raw peanut are fresh and most prominent on the nose. I didn't actually realize it was a coffee beer (many people mistakenly leave the coffee out when talking about it, for some reason), but the coffee is like freshly ground dark roast. It brings out some good chocolaty notes, but they lie more underneath.
Seemingly unlike some experiences, I found it to be more developed in the flavor. Peanut comes off as fresh and raw as well as salted, oily and refined with a bit of sweetness added. Coffee is still upfront but doesn't keep the peanut butter cup from showing as it should. Smooth chocolate notes are well developed.
The body is on the more robust end of medium, with a nice sweetness keeping with the beer's theme and profile versus a dryness, of which a little contributes to balance. It's got a nice, smooth creaminess throughout and just enough bite for the style.
06-05-2014 18:21:11 | More by Brenden
4/5 rDev -6.3%
I thought the Peanut Porter is a cool idea for a beer and it worked quite well at Willoughby Brewing. The beer pours a nearly opaque dark brown color with tan head that left a spotty lace. The smell is bolstered by chocolate and peanut butter. There was also some roast and espresso. The taste mirrors the smell. Certainly can taste a peanut buttercup to start followed by roast and coffee. The mouthfeel is medium body with smooth carbonation. Overall a very unique and tasty beer.
01-29-2012 14:04:28 | More by WoodBrew
Willoughby Peanut Butter Cup Coffee Porter from Willoughby Brewing
94 out of 100 based on 200 ratings.