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Baltic Porter
8.5%
Brewery Fortuna - from Poland

Komes Raspberry Porter



Komes Raspberry Porter is a multi-dimensional, bottom-fermented beer. At the maturing stage, it is enriched with raspberry juice, Madagascar vanilla and Indian chilli peppers. It offers a unique combination of sweetness from the porter and vanilla and fruity notes of raspberries, topped with a slightly spicy finish. Despite its strength, the beer is extremely drinkable and reminiscent of chocolate and vanilla ice-cream. Over time in bottle, it changes its profile to increasingly mild when the notes of the roasted malts transform into dark fruits, reinforcing the beer’s fruity aspect.



Price CategorySpecialty, Import

Beer StyleBaltic Porter

Alcohol By Vol.8.5%

CharacteristicsFull, bottom-fermenting beer from Poland, surprisingly light taste thanks to added raspberries. The vanilla and chilli peppers add complexity to the beer.



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20 x 16.9 fl. oz.699176-584072 123ABC



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