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
Fat Heads Battleaxe Baltic Porter
OH, United States
2
3.240
Störtebeker Stark-Bier
Germany
2
3.160
Sierra Nevada Golden Ticket Baltic Porter
CA, United States
2
3.320
Portsmouth Imperial Porter
NH, United States
2
3.420
Four Peaks Old Porter
AZ, United States
1
3.175
Iron Hill Baltic Porter
DE, United States
1
3.200
Mille-Îles / Maltstrom Porter Baltique
Canada
1
3.175
Amager Drei von Dänen Cognac Barrel
Denmark
1
3.275
Redoak Baltic Porter
Australia
1
3.225
Iron Hill Bourbon Baltic Porter
DE, United States
1
3.325
Volfas Engelman Imperial Porteris
Lithuania
1
3.075
The Brew Kettle Collaborative Evil
OH, United States
1
3.325
Titletown Szyslak Porter
WI, United States
1
3.225
Gourmetbryggeriet Brewers Reserve Single Cask Porter Project
Denmark
1
3.175
Cesu Christmas Porter
Latvia
1
2.825
Sigtuna Starkporter
Sweden
1
3.200
Silver Peak Collaborative Evil 2010
NV, United States
1
3.250
Vestfyen Willemoes Porter
Denmark
1
3.175
Saku Talve Porter
Estonia
1
3.125
FireHouse Veles Baltic Porter
CA, United States
1
3.250