Beer St. Peter's, Plum Porter, 0.5 L
Reviews of purchase St. Peter's, Plum Porter, 0.5 L
The color of the beer is dark, with a purple-ruby glow.
The taste of beer is sweet and full, fruit tones of plums dominate in it. In the background there are nuances of thorns, dark chocolate and black currants. The finish is dry, slightly bitter.
The aroma of beer is filled with plum shades, framed with notes of thorns.
Beer goes well with chocolate desserts, it can be served with cheeses, snacks and vegetable dishes.
St. Peter's Plum Porter is an unusual dark ale made with a generous portion of black plums. Its recipe also contains chocolate malt varieties and English hop varieties selected for the best combination with this juicy fruit. Its rich and pleasantly sweet taste is dominated by plum shades, smoothly flowing into thorns and currant nuances. Plum Porter St. Peters will be an original addition to the feast, it can be served in the accompaniment of snacks, cheese or chocolate desserts.
When in 1996, John Murphy conceived the creation of a brewery, he chose abandoned farm buildings that had been idle for more than 30 years. John rebuilt them, installed copper-coated stainless steel equipment, and opened the St. Brewery . Peter's , named after the town in which it is located.
A special feature of the brewery building is its open construction, which allows tourists and visitors to the brewery to see for themselves how the beer is brewed. Murphy has set himself the task of producing a wide range of top-class beers. The main specialization of the brewery was the revival of the production of traditional English ale. Today, more than 80% ale St. Peter's is bottled and the rest is produced in barrels.
In addition to the unique taste, Ales from the St. Peters brewery have another difference - a bottle of a special shape. Its prototype was an American bottle, which in 1770 was made for Thomas Gerrard, an innkeeper from the city of Gibbstown, near Philadelphia. Thomas' tavern stood on the banks of the Delaware River, on which various merchant ships regularly passed. At one of them, a beer bottle reached England, where, after more than 200 years, it was discovered by John Murphy. The bottle, made of thick glass and having a special oval shape with a short neck, became a distinctive sign of the St. Peters brewery.