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Saturday, September 16th, 2006

St. Peter's Honey Porter

Categories: [ Beer/FAVOURITES | Beer/St Peters ]

Honey_Porter

“A traditional English porter finished with honey for a truly unique aroma. … Our beautiful flask-shaped oval bottle is a faithful copy of one produced c. 1770 for Thomas Gerrard of Gibbstown, just across the Delaware River from Philadelphia. The original is now kept at St. Peter's Hall and is a rare example of an oval Eighteenth Century beer bottle.”

A surprising smell and taste of raspberry and honey. Very sweet and slightly bitter. Made of wheat and barley, contains honey flavouring.

St. Peter's Brewery, Bungay, Suffolk, England. 4.5% alcohol.

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