P51 is a porter named after the North American Mustangs which flew from RAF King’s Cliffe between 1942 and 1945, and is brewed using an 1896 recipe which has been refined for the modern palate. Six malts – including toasted and chocolate malts – combine to give a smooth and distinctive malt and fruit finish, with a hint of bitter chocolate.
ThirstBourne Tasting Notes
This black beer poured with a short, thin, light cream coloured head. The aroma was dominated by the sweet malts with roast chocolate, caramel and coffee. The flavour continued this theme but with the addition of sweet prune notes and a restrained hop and dark malt bitterness. The soft mouthfeel and low carbonation complete this traditional style porter.
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Porters, Stouts and Milds