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Rabbies PorterRabbie’s Porter

Ayr Brewing Company Ltd

Ayrshire, Scotland

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“Rabbie’s porter is brewed using Challenger & Pioneer Hops from the U.K. With Crystal and Chocolate Malts to produce this robust, full bodied Ale.”Home page

SIBA Silver Medal 2011 Bottled Beers – Rabbie’s Porter

The Ayr Brewing Company is a 5 Barrel Micro Brewery situated in the heart of Rabbie Burns’ country.

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Evil Twin Brewing – Denmark

Imperial Doughnut Break Porter

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Exclusively hand picked to please you with delicate, funky, extreme and by all means rare flavors. – from their page

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From the Harviestoun Brewery…

Old Engine Oil – Engineer’s Reserve

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and the more refined Porter

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You can find more of their unique beers here.

Here’s a suggestion from their page:

Ice Cream Float

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Pigs Ass Porter

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Brewed by Harvest Moon Brewing Company, Montana

First brewed by Harvest Moon in 1997, this beer is a multiple award-winning dark ale brewed in the Burton,       England   style owing to the similarity of water chemistry in Belt compared to this classic porter producing area in England.  Plenty of body without a sharp bite, this ale is brewed with pale, caramel, chocolate and black malts to create a creamy, smooth, roasted, slightly chocolate tasting ale with a touch of hops in the finish.  This ale can be enjoyed in every season and is best when served cool, not cold.  And why the name?  While drinking this new brew one evening back in 1997, the local hog farmer showed up to collect our spent mash and we that what could be better for fattening pigs? – Harvest Moon Brewery


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Crooked Fence

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Flyers Pacemaker Porter

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When you’re young and broke, alcohol content is often the key determinant when purchasing beer. Unfortunately, this is usually at the expense of things like taste and drinkability, but who needs that when you can get hammered off of just a six-pack? Well, this Washington-based brew let’s you have your yeasty cake and drink it too. That’s because it tastes good enough to win awards and packs a lot of punch with an 11% alcohol content.

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