Muckamucka Mocha Coffee Porter Extract Beer Recipe Kit
Roasty Mocha & Coffee to Perk You Up!
What does this beer taste like?
Our Muckamucka Mocha Coffee Porter Extract Beer Recipe Kit is a rich and robust beer with a complex flavor profile that balances the bitterness of roasted coffee with the sweetness of caramel and roasted malts. It has a medium to full body, a smooth and creamy mouthfeel, and a slightly dry finish. The coffee flavor is pronounced, with notes of dark chocolate, roasted nuts, and a hint of smoke.
And now for the possibly funny, possibly serious, possibly irreverent flowery description....
You've got that hazy feeling stuffing your skull and your gusto has slipped through the cracks. Who you gonna call? Muckbusters! That's right, because although you might be treating your tongue to this brawny beverage of black hole muddiness, it will prod your brain with its guiding light of caffeine clarity and restore you to a sentient being. Just imagine your taste buds receiving the rich dark maltiness and the multilayered roasted flavors of chocolate and mocha, interlaced with caramel, toffee and coffee! Why, those nerve signals will be breaking the speed limit as they're cruising on the fast track to your cranium, leaving you feeling fit as a fiddle and in full swing. So remember, to fix that mucky feeling in your head, treat yourself to a pint or two of Muckamucka Mocha Coffee Porter!
All About American Porter
American Porter is a style of beer that originated in the United States having evolved from its British heritage. American Porter is characterized by its dark color and robust, malty flavor profile. It is a moderately strong beer that typically has an alcohol content of between 5% and 7%, making it full-bodied but not overly strong.
The aroma of American Porter is complex and includes notes of roasted coffee, chocolate, and caramel malts. These flavors are also in the taste, which is rich and full-bodied, with a smooth and creamy mouthfeel. The use of oats or other grains in the brewing process enhances the mouthfeel and contributes to the beer's overall smoothness.
One of the distinguishing characteristics of American Porter is its hop bitterness, which can often be moderate to high. This bitterness balances the sweetness of the malts and provides a complexity to the beer. The finish is dry and slightly bitter, with a pleasant lingering aftertaste of roasted malts and hops.