One hundred years after the Mayflower landed at Plymouth, a new beer style emerged in England.

Mayflower Porter is a rich, complex brew that is smooth and full-flavored. Five varieties of malted barley provide notes of roasted coffee beans and bittersweet chocolate with a hint of smokiness.

Porter pours into the glass a dark chocolate hue with some amber highlights.  The creamy head is a latte-tinted froth which sticks around and laces nicely as you finish your pint.  As you tilt the glass towards you, you are met with subtle hints of dark chocolate, roasted coffee, and wood fire smoke.  The flavors coming out of the glass mimic the aromas.  You’re met with waves of dark chocolate cake, rich dark espresso, and light smoke from your bonfire.  This porter has a medium body and an average carbonation for the style.  It finishes dry, leaving you wanting another sip. This beer is to be enjoyed to its fullest illuminating the dark winter months of New England.

  • Bitterness 34 IBU
  • Alcohol 5.2% ABV
  • Malt Two-Row Pale, Caramel Munich, Chocolate, Peated, Brown
  • Hops Nugget, Willamette