Porterhouse Plain Porter 50cl 4.2°
Plain Porter beer is, as the name suggests, Porter, lighter than Stout.
Roasted barley, black malt and barley flakes were used to make this beer.
With its subtle aromatic profile, it is soft and round on the palate with a touch of bitterness on the finish.
Perfect with a beef stew or roast lamb.
Irish Distillery Porterhouse's Plain Porter beer was a double gold medalist.
The Porterhouse Brew Co. is an independent Irish brewery since 1996 and member of the Independent Craft Brewers of Ireland.
Originally, Oliver Hughes and Liam Lahart, two cousins passionate about beer and brewing, founded their first Harty’s brewery in 1983. Even if they meet a certain success with their traditional beer in casks, malted and hops, it goes bankrupt against the big names of the industry.
During a second attempt in 1996, Porterhouse Brewery Company was created as an independent microbrewery. Ranging from powerful Stouts to light Lagers, the brewery regained a resounding success that quickly allowed it to open a new brewery in Blanchardstown, County Dublin and export its beers to Europe.