Just like you, but different
Liberty Prohibition Porter is an annual beer, and one that I look forward to. This is one of the beers that brought be back to wanting to blog about beers, and it’s been in the fridge for too long. And there’s never a bad time to have a Porter.
The 2017 version I recall as being a “party in my mouth”, and this, the 2018 version, just won “Inaugural Golden Kiwi Pint of the Beer of year 2018” (see below, it’s kind of a big deal)
To prevent this mediocrity reoccurring
Liberty Prohibition Porter is presented in a 330ml bottle with beer that is 12.6% ABV, which makes is about 3.3 standard drink units, and which is around the 380ish calories a serve size
Porter aged in Jack Daniels barrels.
Spearheaded by pietistic religious denominations, prohibition of liquor and its dispensing saloons led to meek insipid bootlegged ales.
To prevent this mediocrity reoccurring, Liberty has placed a constitutional ban on vapid watery suds.
If you have a bad case of the ‘drys’ this mobilised ‘wet’ crusader will bring big alcohol and even bigger taste to your palate.
Let the redolence emitting from the seasoned bourbon barrels enter your proboscis and take your cognitive being to a state of joyful equanimity.
So, What could possibly go wrong?
On opening this has a deep rich aroma of steeped fruits, it’s an aroma that brings back fond memories.
The anticipation was more than I could bear, the taste bomb that this delivers is almost beyond description. It’s a warming boozy full mouthfeel of glorious sensations, and I’m not making this up to hat-tip the award, the last year version was amazing too.
The heat you get that the back from the alcohol hit isn’t uncomfortable and sits atop that rich smooth body of full flavoured that makes it something to relish and not flinch at, a magnificent counterpoint to the smoothness, the iron hand in the velvet glove.
Exquisite. Delicious. Uncommonly good.
Can’t believe I was about to open this as the winner of the poll was announced. I have to confess that my entries were somewhat more left field and perhaps eclectic, with an IPL on my list, nothing wrong wth an IPL though, and I’m pleased that whist some of the beers weren’t on my list all the beers listed were magnificent and worthy.
The pdubyah-o-meter rates this as 10 of its things from the thing. It’d be hard to be as fullsome and wordy about the beer then justify why is wasn’t one that you’d want everyone to try, This is a rare 10 on the pdubyah-o-meter, particularly the 2018 year where I was sidetracked for most all of it.
The double dip review
Music for this: ”Tearing at the Seams (Deluxe Edition) by Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats on Spotify
Black or chocolate malt gives the porter its dark brown color. Porters are well hopped and heavily malted. This is a medium-bodied beer. Porters can be sweet. Hoppiness can range from bitter to mild. Porters are often confused with stout