Baltic Porter

Porters of the late 1700's were quite strong compared to todayís standards, easily surpassing 7% alcohol by volume. Some brewers made a stronger, more robust version, to be shipped across the North Sea, dubbed a Baltic Porter. In general, the styleís dark brown color covered up cloudiness and the smoky/roasted brown malts and bitter tastes masked brewing imperfections. The addition of stale ale also lent a pleasant acidic flavor to the style, which made it quite popular. These issues were quite important given that most breweries were getting away from pub brewing and opening up breweries that could ship beer across the world.

Baltic Porter Beers Currently Serving
Beer Brewery BA ABV SERVING SIZE
SuperMole Framinghammer Jack's Abby A 11.00 10oz Draught
Vanilla Framinghammer Jack's Abby A 10.00 10oz Draught
CocoNut Framinghammer Jack's Abby A 11.00 10oz Draught
Coffee Framinghammer Jack's Abby A+ 11.00 10oz Draught
Mole Framinghammer Jack's Abby A+ 11.00 10oz Draught
Framinghammer Jack's Abby A+ 10.00 10oz Draught
BBA Framinghammer Jack's Abby A+ 11.00 10oz Draught