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Lola - non-alcoholic coffee porter
2,51 (€7,61 per l)
  • Herkunft Bavaria, Germany

  • Alkohol 0.38% vol.

  • Geschmack chocolaty notes, roasted Arabica beans of the mocha

Alcohol-free 9 beer set (3x Coffee Porter + 3x WIT + 3x IPA non-alcoholic)
23,18 (€7,80 per l)
  • Herkunft Bavaria, Germany

Stone Brewing Xocoveza - Imperial Stout
Stone Brewing Xocoveza - Imperial Stout
3,50 (€9,72 per l)
  • Herkunft California, USA

  • Alkohol 8.1% vol.

  • Geschmack Dark chocolate, nutmeg, cinnamon, vanilla, roasted coffee

Maisel & Friends Marc's Chocolate Bock
Maisel & Friends Marc's Chocolate Bock
5,90 (€7,87 per l)
  • Herkunft Bavaria, Germany

  • Alkohol 7.5% vol.

  • Geschmack roasted malt, caramel, tart chocolate, dark wild berries

BRLO Baltic Porter
BRLO Baltic Porter
3,20 (€9,70 per l)
  • Herkunft Berlin, Germany

  • Alkohol 7% vol.

  • Geschmack slightly sweetish, harmonious caramel and roasted aromas, chocolaty, subtle bitterness

Stockenfelser Geisterbräu - dark beer
Stockenfelser Geisterbräu - dark beer
1,87 (€3,74 per l)
  • Herkunft Bavaria, Germany

  • Alkohol 5.3% vol.

  • Geschmack malty, caramel, toasty, strong

Frank - Witch Valleys Stout
3,99 (€12,09 per l)
  • Herkunft Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany

  • Alkohol 6.9% vol.

  • Geschmack Espresso, dark chocolate, caramel

Black Forest Cake Sweet Stout
Black Forest Cake Sweet Stout
4,95 (€15,00 per l)
  • Herkunft Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany

  • Alkohol 5.8% vol.

Neptune Imperial Rum Porter
5,10 (€15,45 per l)
  • Herkunft Bavaria, Germany

  • Alkohol 9% vol.

  • Geschmack pleasant bitterness, fruity, floral, soft caramel malt notes

Black Forest Cake² Double Sweet Stout
Black Forest Cake² Double Sweet Stout
5,95
  • Herkunft Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany

  • Alkohol 7.2% vol.

6x Black Forest Cake Sweet Stout
6x Black Forest Cake Sweet Stout
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28,49 (€14,39 per l)
  • Herkunft Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany

  • Alkohol 5.5% vol.

MixPack Dark 6 (3x Black Forest Cake + 3x Black Forest Cake²)
MixPack Dark 6 (3x Black Forest Cake + 3x Black Forest Cake²)
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30,49 (€15,40 per l)
  • Herkunft Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany

6x Black Forest Cake² Double Sweet Stout
6x Black Forest Cake² Double Sweet Stout
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33,49 (€16,91 per l)
  • Herkunft Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany

  • Alkohol 7.2% vol.

Klosterbräu Bamberg brown beer
Klosterbräu Bamberg brown beer
1,80 (€3,60 per l)
  • Herkunft Bavaria, Germany

  • Alkohol 5.5% vol.

Maisel & Friends Hoppy Dunkel
Maisel & Friends Hoppy Dunkel
2,50 (€7,58 per l)
  • Herkunft Bavaria, Germany

  • Alkohol 5.2% vol.

Alder - Black beer
Alder - Black beer
1,90 (€3,80 per l)
  • Herkunft Bavaria, Germany

  • Alkohol 4.2% vol.

Organic Urstöffla - Dark beer
Organic Urstöffla - Dark beer
1,90 (€3,80 per l)
  • Herkunft Bavaria, Germany

  • Alkohol 5.2% vol.

Best friends - Stout
Best friends - Stout
18,90 (€25,20 per l)
  • Herkunft Berlin, Germany

  • Alkohol 9.2% vol.

  

Porter and stout - dark beers with a rich character

Porter and stout are two closely related beer styles that are characterized by their dark color and strong aromas. Both have their roots in England and offer an intense taste experience that delights beer lovers all over the world.

The history of porter and stout

Porter originated in London in the 18th century and quickly became popular with the dock workers, the "porters". Stout evolved from porter and was originally called "stout porter", referring to its stronger and darker version.

The special features of porter

Porter is characterized by its deep brown to black color and malty aromas. It often has notes of chocolate, caramel and coffee. Porter is generally somewhat lighter than stout and offers a pleasant balance between sweetness and bitterness.

The special features of stout

Stout is known for its strong, dark aromas and higher alcohol content. Typical flavors include roasted barley, coffee and dark chocolate. Stouts can come in different varieties, from dry stout to imperial stout.

Variants of porter and stout

Brown Porter

Brown porter is a milder version of the classic porter with fewer roasted notes and a sweeter, caramel taste. It is easy to drink and ideal for newcomers to the world of dark beers.

Baltic Porter

Baltic Porter is stronger and is often bottom-fermented. It has intense aromas of dark chocolate and dried fruit, combined with a higher alcohol strength.

Dry Stout

Dry stout, made famous by Guinness, is dry and has a pronounced roasted flavor. It is less sweet and has a creamy texture due to the use of nitrogen during bottling.

Imperial Stout

Imperial Stout is the strongest variant of stout, with a high alcohol content and intense aromas of roasted malt, coffee and dark chocolate. It is full-bodied and complex.

The production of porter and stout

The production of porter and stout begins with the selection of dark malts, which give the beer its color and flavor. Roasted barley and special malts such as chocolate malt are used to create the characteristic aromas.

During the brewing process, the wort is boiled and hops are added to control the bitterness and aroma. After boiling, the wort is cooled and the yeast is added. Fermentation takes place at low temperatures to preserve the aromas and control the alcohol content.

After fermentation, the beer is often stored for several weeks to refine the flavor. For stouts in particular, ageing can improve the complexity and balance of the aromas. The finished beer is then filtered and bottled.

Porter and stout in modern beer culture

Porter and stout are now an integral part of the craft beer scene. Breweries experiment with different ingredients and brewing techniques to create new and interesting varieties. These beers are often brewed in small batches and offer a unique taste experience.

Porter and stout are particularly popular in the winter months due to their warming and strong characteristics. They are perfect to enjoy on their own or in combination with rich foods such as stews, chocolate and cheese.

Enjoyment and storage of porter and stout

Porter and stout should be served at temperatures between 8 and 12 degrees Celsius to bring out the full aromas. A clean glass and a well-formed head are essential for optimum enjoyment.

These beers should be stored in a cool, dark place. Many stouts, especially imperial stouts, can be stored for years and develop additional flavor complexity. When drinking, you should take your time to discover and enjoy the different flavors.