Baltic Porter is beer style indigenous to Northern Europe. OO Brewing being based in Gothenburg, they have a special relationship to the Baltic Porter. This is the of Olle Andersson, brewmaster of OO Brewing, a porter fermented cool with lager yeast.
Imperial Baltic Porter. Vanilla Cake Fever is a massive and full-flavored Imperial Baltic Porter with astonishing dark chocolate and exotic vanilla characters. Again one of those beers where we did not count the hours making this. Pair this with desserts like vanilla ice cream, espresso and other coffee flavored desserts.
A collaboration brew with our friends from AF Brew (St. Petersburg, Russia). Imperial Baltic Porter brewed with Kenyan coffee, Bourbon vanilla and smoked malt. People in the north struggle with their emotional roller coaster in the heart of Summer. It is raining cats and dogs anyways, so let’s celebrate this melancholy.
Maximón is a Mayan deity represented in various forms – also as a beer. A complex, moderately spicy, smooth and full-bodied Baltic Porter. There’s a hint of fruity chili combined with sweet and rich chocolate notes.
The Grade is in. It’s built on the backbone of a rich, cold-fermented baltic porter made popular in countries bordering the Baltic Sea. Similar to an imperial porter but distinctly different, the baltic porter style is heralded for being full-bodied, roasty and smooth, with overtones of toffee, coffee, caramel, chocolate and dark fruit.
A yawn is a silent scream for more coffee. You face Coffee Gorilla every morning in the mirror before your first cup. Now it’s possible to drink beer and coffee at the same time. This must be the future? Coffee Gorilla is also a great dessert! Brewed with six different malts and smooth espresso. Pair this beer with everything chocolate.
Baltic Porter with Cherries. Darker than October nights and warmer than a wood burning stove – our upgraded baltic porter boasts delicious smoked malts paired with dark cherry, for a roasted, spiced profile.