Lord-Lieutenant’s Cream Porter

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A de-luxe bottle conditioned porter launched to celebrate our 20th anniversary. Brewed with carefully balanced proportions of dark malts including chocolate malt.

A very smooth, rich, smoky, ruby coloured porter with a generous charge of Fuggles and Goldings hops which provide a wonderfully balanced aroma. The Lieutenancy is one of the most ancient Offices in England dating from 1535 in Buckinghamshire and this beer was launched by Sir Nigel Mobbs, Lord Lieutenant for Buckinghamshire, who charged the coppers with choice hops.
Brewery: Chiltern Brewery
Alcohol: 6 %
Best temperature: 12 º
Color: rich ruby
IBU: 30
Lord-Lieutenant’s Cream Porter


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