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Old 19-06-2017, 11:26 AM   #1
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As some members will remember a few months ago i stopped drinking lager and i started working my way through the beers at Bargain Booze (3 for £5) i have found one that i am really impressed with and its the last thing i thought i would like when i poured it and saw the colour.

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BLACK WYCH spellbinding porter ,
The Black Wych has cast her spell , start with a measure of
alluring rich dark malt & allow the bitterness to creep in.
This silkily smooth porter is a force to be reckoned with.

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I've not tried it although I am partial to a porter, I'll have to try and track one down.
Thinking of brewing a porter at the end of summer as a Autumn/Wintery beer, I need to do some research.
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I didnt like it that much . Cant remeber why though thb

The Bytch also killed my lever capper.
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I love a porter! I had a cracker in Conwy yesterday. ..Titanic brewery plum porter..most delightful!
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I have never drank porter. Whassit like then?
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I love a porter! I had a cracker in Conwy yesterday. ..Titanic brewery plum porter..most delightful!
Which boozer?

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Blue Bell..
Gunge....porter is a sort of cross between a bitter and a stout,a dark ale.
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I have never drank porter. Whassit like then?
If you like stout, you'll like porter. Historically stout was a stronger version of a porter
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I love a porter! I had a cracker in Conwy yesterday. ..Titanic brewery plum porter..most delightful!
That's a great beer that.

I was in Devon over the weekend and managed to get 4 bottles of one of my fave porters; Exmoor Beast, in Tesco. Hard to get hold of in South Wales.
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I like a Porter as well as stouts. Drinking my take on 'Brixton Porter' at present,not bad if i do say so myself
Porters were the staple of,errrr, the Porters around the London markets i believe in ages past.
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