Hatch's Guide to Porters, Stouts, and Barleywines

Hatch's Guide to Porters, Stouts, and Barleywines

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Porter, stout, barleywine, and black ale styles have served mankind for centuries and are the main very dark, very malty beers brewed around the world. Today we have many variations of these old styles, including those augumented with fruit, chocolate, barrel-aging, and other flavors. Mr. Hatch provides detailed descriptions of the styles and substyles with reviews of numerous labels under each category. At 196 pages this dark beer guide is larger than most books covering all beer styles. Written by the secretive BrewBase panel, these reviews are full of history, humor, and sometimes very frank opinions. Each brew is rated on a 5-bottle system with 5.0 being perfect. Awards of Merit are given to exceptional, more-than-perfect labels.RATING: 4.0 Boulder, Colorado Coloradoa#39;s first microbrewery makes this thick, blackish brew with a mottled tan head and light malty aroma. Flavor is nice malt, semi-rich but not too ... Ita#39;s competent like a Honda Civic and I desire to rent much more for the weekend... Brewery. Hill. Caramel. Porter. RATING: 4.5 Wilkes-Barre , Pennsylvania This nicely named brew comes from caramel and chocolate malts with East Goldings hops for that true British style. It dark reddish-brown with a big anbsp;...


Title:Hatch's Guide to Porters, Stouts, and Barleywines
Author: BrewBase panels
Publisher:TCR Press - 2017-02-19
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