Plymouth, a new beer style, the porter, emerged in England and traveled to the colonies where it
was heartily accepted. Their porter is brewed using yeast the brewery cultivates itself, malts such as 2-row pale, caramel Munich, chocolate, peated, and brown. It is hopped with Pilgrim and Glacier hops. At 5.2% ABV, it is rich and drinkable. Complex and well-balanced, it features a nose bursting with roasted coffee beans and bittersweet chocolate with a hint of smokiness. Very solid.