The Three Threads tasting notes
The Three Threads by Anspach & Hobday is a historical recreation of the earliest known recipe from Porter. Porter beer was originally a recipe where three threads were each taken from three mashes coming from one grain bill, and then blended together. Aromas and taste are typical from a Porter, with roasted malts, coffee, cacao and some dark fruit notes and a sweet and not very alcoholic mouthfeel.
Porter is a moderate-strength brown beer with a restrained roasty character and some bitterness. May have roasted flavour—but not burnt—, and often has a chocolate, caramel and malty character. Color is brown to dark brown, and aroma is moderately low bready, biscuity malty.
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