The East India Porter (EIP) was the more abundant but lesser historically known beer that traveled the seas. The EIP was consumed by the sailors whereas the IPA was consumed by the officers. The EIP is a highly hopped porter.
Specialty malts: brown, de-bittered black, chocolate malt
Featured hops: Target, Kent Golding, Hersbrucker
O.G. = 1.063
F.G. = 1.017
Approximately 6.0% ABV
Approximately 214 Cal / 12 oz
Makes 5 US gallons
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I get many compliments on my beer but THIS one is the one people REALLY want to purchase saying "this is the best beer I have ever had - how can I get more".
Batch #114 - Mini Mash/London Ale. I've made a lot of very good beer in my life and some real clunkers. This one os REAL good. For the hop head that likes dark beer. 85 IBU in a full boil and 6%ABV this is a earthy nobal hop Porter, not an American fruity porter but one that is very herble. The malt used De-Bittered Black, Brown and Chocolate malt. I will admit it's only been 4 weeks since botteling but I'm impressed and hoppy friends that like dark beer are very very happy! I WILL have a 2nd batch and this time I'll used 1oz Target (instead of 2) for 60min and add 2oz Target at 15min. Same IBU but more flavore (as an experment). This is a keeper.