Baltic Porter

Baltic Porter

329 beers | 3.808 Avg Score

Baltic porters are a dark red-brown to dark brown-black style of beer that originated in the countries surrounding the Baltic as a virtual hybrid of Russian imperial stouts and basic English porters. Most (but not all) baltic porters are lagers and take on smooth lager-like qualities. They are typically rich in malt content, featuring in their flavors, light roasted notes, caramel, toffee, complex blends of dark fruits (plums, raisins, prunes, grapes, and cherries), molasses, chocolate, and / or coffee. Baltic porters are never burnt like an imperial stout or heavily roasted or strongly hopped like an imperial porter (hops are a minor component of the aroma and flavor of a Baltic porter, playing only a complementary - if any at all - role to the rich maltiness). Baltic porters are full-bodied in mouthfeel, smooth, and can vary in carbonation levels from medium to high.

Beer | Location Reviews Score
Baltika 6 (Porter)
Russia
73
3.663
Sinebrychoff Porter
Finland
46
3.911
Zywiec Porter
Poland
38
3.731
Carnegie Porter
Sweden
35
3.792
Okocim Porter
Poland
33
3.833
Southampton Imperial Porter
NY, United States
28
3.780
Ølfabrikken Porter
Denmark
26
4.048
Aldaris Porteris
Latvia
26
3.500
Utenos Porter
Lithuania
24
3.330
Black Boss Porter
Poland
21
3.446
Smuttynose Baltic Porter
NH, United States
20
4.065
Heavyweight Perkunos Hammer
NJ, United States
20
3.852
Victory Baltic Thunder
PA, United States
15
3.739
The Duck-Rabbit Baltic Porter
NC, United States
14
3.870
Sterkens Hoogstraten Poorter
Belgium
13
3.625
Alaskan Brewing Baltic Porter
AK, United States
13
3.525
Närke Kulturbryggeri Kaggen Stormaktsporter
Sweden
12
4.314
Samuel Adams Dark Depths Baltic IPA
MA, United States
12
3.560
Ommegang Seduction
NY, United States
10
3.492
Thisted Limfjords Porter (Double Brown Stout)
Denmark
10
3.785