Day 10. Beer2 – S&P Brewery – Blackberry Porter

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Time to go to the dark side with S&P Brewery’s Blackberry Porter. A dark, fruity little number. This robust 4.4% porter has a fragrant, fruity aroma and lingering sweet taste of blackberries. Rich with a dry finish. Unfortunately S&P do not have beer in bottles, but they will be working on it, but do their beers in firkins and polypins. S&P beers are worth tracking down. You should find them in the King’s Head in Norwich and The Dog in Horsford. Cheers.

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