Porter Recommendations

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Mikethebeerlover, Jan 5, 2013.

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  1. ledzeppelin4

    ledzeppelin4 Initiate (0) May 18, 2011 Illinois

    Christoffel Bier. Very unique pilsener. I'm guessing the fact the it's unfiltered adds to the thick mouthfeel? Anyways, solid brew.
     
  2. Sneers

    Sneers Initiate (0) Dec 27, 2009 Pennsylvania

    So unique it's a porter?
     
  3. ledzeppelin4

    ledzeppelin4 Initiate (0) May 18, 2011 Illinois

    Wrong thread lol.
     
  4. ledzeppelin4

    ledzeppelin4 Initiate (0) May 18, 2011 Illinois

    Whoops wrong thread.
     
  5. jglowe77

    jglowe77 Initiate (0) Jan 24, 2011 Massachusetts

    I can't find this shiz anywhere! I've only seen regular Gonzo once, and it was over $16 for a sixpack. I'm willing to pay that, but not for a beer that I've never tried before.:(
     
  6. Crooks40

    Crooks40 Initiate (0) Dec 15, 2006 Rhode Island

    Founders is really good and Narragansett Porter is under-rated & a great deal in the tallboy cans.
     
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  7. njhopspop

    njhopspop Initiate (0) Oct 17, 2010 New Jersey

    my thoughts exactly!
     
  8. dianimal

    dianimal Initiate (161) Apr 18, 2012 California

    Ballast Point Victory At Sea is delicious.
     
  9. Bluecane

    Bluecane Initiate (0) Dec 30, 2011 New York

    Aplha Klaus is a bit different that GLEF and Founders Porter. It has a lot more hops to it and feels closer to a Black IPA IMO.
     
  10. Drucifer

    Drucifer Devotee (453) Apr 16, 2012 Illinois
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    Most of the ones I love have been mentioned already, but if you are ever near Tennessee grab some Yazoo Sue. It's a delicious porter and is quite smoky.
     
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