Guinness Dublin Porter
THE STORY OF GUINNESS® DUBLIN PORTER
Sip Dublin Porter and you’re sampling Guinness history. Light but well rounded. Sweet and smooth. Just bitter enough. This is a beer inspired by an archival recipe from our brewers’ diaries, dating back to 1796. Mastered then, perfected now: fewer hops are used and the maturation process is shorter, resulting in a malt-caramel finish that’s easy and satisfying drinking, whichever century you’re in.
“A malt-caramel finish that’s easy and satisfying drinking”
Often, the best way to move forward is to take a look back. That was the method employed for Dublin Porter. Expert brewers at our innovative Brewers Project uncovered diary notes and accounts while poring over extensive records from Guinness’ past. There, they found a recipe ripe for the present. Blending expertise with qualified interpretation, their resulting beer was a recreation of the porter once perfected by Arthur Guinness to be shipped to England in the late 1790s. Tasted by a panel of experts and then finely tuned, Dublin Porter is a historic beer reinterpreted for a modern palate: earthy, lively and charged with flavor.
Guinness Dublin Porter, a historic beer reinterpreted for a modern palate.
Aroma: Subtle caramel/toffee notes and even more subtle hop aromas
Flavor: Sweet, not overly roasty, more of a malt-caramel flavor
Palate: Smooth easy finish with a medium, sweet mouth feel
Appearance: Ruby red although slightly less intense than stout with a frothy head
Hops: US Golding, Yakima
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