Porterhouse Dark Star 33cl 11% vol. It is a dark brown Irish beer, caramel aroma and red fruits, and bitter chocolate flavor, roasted, raspberry notes and liquor with hops notes.
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The origins of this brewery date back to 1996, when the Porter House Brewing Company opened its doors, which began to make traditional Irish beers in an artisanal way, and which were sold (initially only on tap) in its own premises , located in the heart of the liveliest neighborhood of the Irish capital, the Temple Bar.
Over time the place has gained great fame, and is very popular with both locals and tourists who have a link in common his passion for beer. Its breadth with more than three floors, its original decoration with thousands of bottles of beers from different countries that populate its shelves, its gastronomic offer and of course its generous menu of beers in barrel and bottle, make the Porterhouse Bar an essential place within any leisure route that runs through Dublin.
After several years more stores have been opened under the same name of “The Porterhouse” (and not only in Dublin, where they have a total of 5 stores open, but also in the rest of Ireland, England and even States United) and currently, a charming hotel has also been opened on the Irish coast, just half an hour away from Dublin.
For several years they have shown reluctance to the growing demand for them to market their beers outside their premises, but in the end, the company gave in and made the decision to bottle their beers to be able to sell them abroad, although fulfilling the premise To continue being meticulous, putting the utmost care and care for all the details that are part of the manufacturing process, and that translate into the quality of the final product.
Obviously in the quality of beer, not only influences the brewing process, but also the raw materials used. The Porterhouse uses 5 different kinds of malt for its beers, among which are the best in all of Ireland, and in some cases as with its porter, they also use raw barley without malting, which gives them a special character. As for hops, the freshest and best hops are imported from the Czech Republic, Germany, the United States, and even from more exotic and distant countries such as New Zealand. The yeast in turn comes from the Old Romsey Brewery of Kent, which enjoys unbeatable prestige among the beer community.