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Brewed By: Breckenridge Brewery (Anheuser-Busch InBev)

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Number of Ratings: 6155

Style: American Vanilla Porter

Brewed In: 2920 Brewery Ln, Littleton, CO 80120, USA

ABV: 4.70%

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Vanilla Porter

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Tasting Notes

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aquilafisher profile pictureaquilafisher - October 21, 2011
Very tasty could not drink a 6 pack but 2 or 3 of these would be good.
fouroaks profile picturefouroaks - October 19, 2011
A nice smooth porter with a slight vanilla taste. Very easy drinking. Will keep on my favorite list.
Marplot profile pictureMarplot - October 19, 2011
yuck. a so so porter ruined by a stale vanilla flavor.
beer35 profile picturebeer35 - October 8, 2011
A dark, smooth beer with a very nice vanilla taste. Different and out of the ordinary but reminds me of a sweet oatmeal stout. Will definitely add to my most wanted list.
flyer rule profile pictureflyer rule - October 1, 2011
Nice bit of vanilla taste 9/30/11
timber! profile picturetimber! - September 20, 2011
Smooth porter with vanilla undertones
Jose johnson profile pictureJose johnson - September 18, 2011
Great porter base. Exceedingly smooth
Marplot profile pictureMarplot - September 15, 2011
No head on a normal pour, you need to rush it into the glass to get any action at all. Once in the glass and it moved like cough syrup. The appearance was not the worst part though, drinking what tasted like cold vanilla coffee with a cigarette in it was.
jonnyrumble profile picturejonnyrumble - September 2, 2011
light vanilla flavor tames the robust maltiness. great if you don't like the sturdy flavor of most porters
HunterDuke profile pictureHunterDuke - August 3, 2011
Vanilla Porter, vanilla not included. All the notes are typical to any malty porter, nothing special. How is this so highly rated?!
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