7.4% | 330ml
– October 31, 2020
Nice wee porter.
– May 3, 2019
Lovely deep coffee porter! Roast, toast and boast!
– March 12, 2019
Loads of roasted coffee, cherries & dark chocolate notes, slightly sweet, smooth, tad bitterness finish. Great with delicious pastry ??
– February 9, 2019
Light bodied, silky texture and soft mouthfeel. Strong roasted coffee, vanilla, cherry, chocolate and nutty notes. Rich but very drinkable
– December 5, 2018
– November 30, 2018
Rich smooth and delicious
– November 24, 2018
– November 12, 2018
Great collaboration, oozes smooth rich coffee and Porter, just what I would expect and does what it says on the tin. Slightly sweet too which definatley appealed to me. The perfect marriage of a lush porter and great coffee. Yum!
– November 4, 2018
Deep chocolate brown with a thick tan head. Aroma coffee, berries and chocolate. Taste light sweet. Full smooth body.
– October 26, 2018
Rich and delicious
– October 21, 2018
Nice coffee porter
– October 16, 2018
– October 4, 2018
– October 1, 2018
Massive coffee hit. A bit sweet, but lovely.
– September 18, 2018
coffee coffee coffee. Well balanced but with that espresso kick.
– September 15, 2018
This was really delicious, very rich with good coffee flavour.
– September 4, 2018
– August 31, 2018
Amazing as it warms up as well!
– August 27, 2018
Northern Monk killed it with this. The coffee is so upfront and bold! Was amazing!
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Part of three beers brewed in collaboration with Leeds-based photographer Tom Joy as a mini photo exhibition through the medium of beer. Each brew is a coffee porter infused with specialty single origin beans as curated by North Star Coffee Roasters. Number 1.01 showcases Rwanda Gashonga with additions of almonds and cherry juice. The photo exhibit, titled Raw Emotions, is Tom’s most provocative piece to date which expresses a primal catharsis from the deepest, darkest corners of the psyche.