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Chocolate Maple Porter

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    Posted: 04 April 2017 at 12:29
I'm not sure how I neglected to post about it here, but the first beer I ever brewed was a Chocolate Maple Porter, using the kit from Brooklyn Brew Shop. I won't bore everyone with all of the details, because it was quite a learning process, but it did start me down a great road!

For those interested, you can click here to read about the experience:

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=492568

My point in posting this is that I recently brewed this beer again, and it was great - even better than the first time. Here's a photo:



I have this recipe in my files, so if anyone wants to try it, please feel free to let me know.

Ron
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Here's a photo from 22 April 2017:



Very good-tasting, like a true porter; the chocolate came through nicely, and there was a slight hint of maple smoothing things out in a very nice way. This porter has a "viscosity to it that makes it almost cling to the glass -I think they call it "having legs" in the wine world, but am not sure if that would be the same for beer.

In all, I am very satisfied with this...it could easily be my "go-to" porter!
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