Would it be heresy to name as Beer of the Week during the month of St. Patrick a black ale from England? Perhaps, but letâ€™s do it anyway as a reminder that while Eire may have made the stout style famous, both that black ale and its oft-overlooked brethren, porter, were born in London.In contrast to the ebony hue of Irish stout, Fullerâ€™s London Porter is closer to mahogany in color, and possessed of an aroma more chocolaty than roasty, more stewed fruit than black licorice. In the body, too, ...
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