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Sunday, May 27, 2007 

Beer Review: Samuel Adams Honey Porter

It's been a long, long time since I've done a beer review. There are a few reasons for that. First, my beer reviewing skills were being used elsewhere. Second, I haven't kept beer in the fridge on a regular basis lately. I just haven't been buying it for some reason. Third, I haven't been posting much at all. It really is some form of writer's block. I've started a handful of posts that I've never finished. My goal tonight is to finish a post and drink this beer.

Samuel Adams Honey Porter is part of their Brewmaster's Collection. The beers in this group are some of the best that Sam Adams has to offer. I picked up the Brewmaster's case this weekend. It's a 12 pack of beer with 6 different varieties. If you are looking to try a lot of new styles of beer without blind buying a 6 pack, this is the way to go.

The Honey Porter is a dark, fragrant beer. It's black with a mocha colored head. The aroma a strong and sweet. It reminds me a lot of coffee, sort of a brewed (non-beer) scent with hints of malt and honey. The flavor is a lot like what I expected. It is very smooth with no carbonation. There are light hop flavors, but those are overpowered by the smooth, coffee-like malts. There is no strong bite in the Honey Porter. This isn't exactly what I would call a Summer beer. It is thick and it is heavy. I certainly wouldn't buy a 6 pack of this for a weekend cook out. It's the kind of beer that you have when you just want one and you want to enjoy it. This is a sipper. It's a good beer, but it definitely has its time and place.

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