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Volfas Engelman Baltic Porter Beer

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by Djons

Volfas Engelman Baltic Porter beer

Lithuanian brewery Volfas Engelman continues to expand its range in the Russian market. This time, noticed and bought the Volfas Engelman Baltic Porter.

We have a certain perception of Porter, which is not much different from the beer myths of the adepts of “real draught-young”. If they see the label label says porter, they necessarily compare it to Athanasius, expect burnt galoshes and creosote in the taste. Strength below 8% alk. is generally considered shameful for porter.

I keep saying and will keep saying – porter (even Baltic), is a broader concept than 8/20 and all the listed flavors and aromas. Even according to the BJCP (which is a guide, not a dogma), there are four kinds of porter, and the notorious “Baltic” starts at 6.5% alcohol.

Volfas Engelman Baltic Porter (Kaunas, Lithuania) – 6% alcohol. Yes, in terms of alcohol this beer does not fall within the scope of BJCP, but as I said, I do not see this as a big crime. The aroma is a little bit winey. The taste is sweet, mild. Nice burnt going into the coffee and a dash of chocolate. A pleasant, although generally simple beer. Rated “B-“.

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Александр Иджон
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