I would be surprised if a Beer such as Modernism would be classified as a European Dark Lager if it was brewed in Europe. And yes to Jacks Abby's German Style Porter, classified as a Baltic Porter, was a hit for me. 4.1/5 rDev +4.1% look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4 An easy pour from a 16-oz. can yields a finger of dark beige rocky froth with long retention and wide swatches of lacing. Opaque dark rosewood brown color, almost black. Smells of chocolate, coffee, fresh baked bread, sweet and roasted malt (unmalted barley?). These are prominent during the taste. Neutral on the sweetness with mild bitterness, even throughout. Some smoke flavor peeks in, ripe stone fruit and baked bread are prominent. Balanced malt flavors (bitter and sweet) plus yeast and a moderate astringency at the long finish. Roasted flavors linger during the long aftertaste. Light bodied, on the thin side with above average carbonation. Smooth and light, easy drinker. Porter like looks and taste, Dunkel Lager smell, Schwarzbier like feel and balance of sweet and bitter. Lots of flavor packed into a light body, another beauty from the Kellerbier series. Mar 12, 2019 Edit Delete It appears to be a lighter version of Framinghammer. Cheers.