Begin by drinking any beer from our Brew Guide and ask your server to enroll you (it's free). We'll keep track of your progress and once you've completed the list, award your mug. You may store and use it here or take it home as a souvenir of the experience!
Available on draft now for your imbibing pleasure....
- Porters' ESB
- Ballast Point Black Marlin Porter
- Harpoon IPA
- Left Hand Sawtooth Ale
- Stone Oaked Arrogant Bastard
Porters’ Pub has Infinium!!! A recently released collaboration between Germany’s Wienstephan Brewery (the oldest brewery in the world) and Sam Adams (known for their innovations in brewing). Two years in the making… a truly unique beer. Sorry... sold out.
A couple of my favorites...
Ommegang Bière de Mars is a Belgian-style amber ale with a bit of magical space dust woven in - Brettanomyces bruxellensis, a wild-yeast used in the secondary fermentation. The Brett imparts added tartness, a bit of zing and some farmhouse funkiness. Also dry-hopped, this new ale continues our exploration of using Brett for secondary fermentation in limited-release beers
Stone 13th Anniversary Ale pours brilliant deep red with a light tan foam. Up front, the aroma is all piney, resinous and citrus hops. Upon tasting, the hops are still on the front, and they are balanced with the malty, toffee like flavors contributed from the blend of crystal and amber malts used in the brewhouse. The finish is deliciously bitter, with a touch of warmth provided by the 9.5% alcohol. Bitterness comes in at 90+ IBU.
1. Porters' House Alt - German style brew crafted for Porters’ by Legacy Brewing Company.
2. Ayinger Celebrator - Germany - outstanding example of a true Munich dopplebock.
3. Dogfish Head Raison D'Etre - A deep mahogany ale brewed with Belgian yeast. As complex as a fine red wine.
4. Schneider Aventinus - Internationally acclaimed dunkel weisse, doppel bock.
5. North Coast Pranqster - Delicious Belgian style trippel made with champagne yeast.
6. Bellhaven Scottish Ale - A sweetish dark ale.
7. Hoegaarden White Ale - Spiced with curacao and coriander, a delicious Belgian wheat beer.
8. Chimay - Belgium - Renowned Trappist ale brewed by monks.
9. Magic Hat #9 - Apricot Pale Ale from Vermont.
10. Bell’s - Bell Brewing Company’s seasonal selection. Great beers from the “Great Lakes” area.
11. Barney Flats Oatmeal Stout - Rich, creamy and incredibly smoooth.
12. Flying Dog Doggie Style Pale Ale - Colorado, cut the leash.
13. Negra Modelo– Mexico, Dark coffee and citrus lager. Try it with a lime. Bueno..
14. Fullers - England - an excellent range of award winning beers for over 150 years.
15. Schlenkerla Rauchbier - Germany - A "smoked beer" made from smoked malt, Love it or hate it.
16. Westmalle Tripple- The world’s gold standard Trappist Tripple from Belgium.
17. Guinness Stout - The classic Irish dry stout.
18. Leffe - The #1 selling Belgian beer in Belgium.
19. Anchor Steam - A style unique to the USA, brewed with lager yeast.
20. Harp Lager - The classic crisp Irish lager.
21. Brooklyn Brewing Company - USA
You Gotta a problem wit that?
22. Victory Hopdevil IPA - one of the best IPAs brewed in America, from Downingtown PA.
23. Franziskaner Hefe-Weisse - Germany. Need we say more?
24. Rogue Brewing Co - USA - Robust & hoppy brews from Oregon.
25. Paulaner Salvator - Back by popular demand. One of the best dopplebocks in the world.
26. Troegs - Fantastic brews handcrafted by two brothers from Harrisburg, PA.
27. Smutty Nose IPA - Dry hopped and unfiltered, a brew for the true hophead.
28. Hobgoblin - English ale brewed with pale malt & a pinch of chocolate malt. As original as the name.
29. Grolsch - A crisp light lager from Holland.
30. Old Peculiar - England - Soft & fruity, a world famous dark ale.
31. Mackeson XXX Stout - England - the definitive milk stout.
32. Stoudt's Abbey Trippel - delicious Abbey style ale brewed in the PA countryside.
33. Pilsner Urquell - Czech Republic - the original Pilsner - They invented the style.
34. Weihenstephan - Germany - wheat beer brewed since 1040 - Now that’s history.
35. Ommegang Abbey Dubbel – Homegrown brew inspired by the Trappist masters.
36. Young's Double Chocolate Stout - Served in 16 oz. can with a nitrogen widget.
37. Seasonal - Porters' seasonal selection.
38. Sam Smith Nut Brown ale - England - The maltiest, nuttiest example of its' style.
39. Sam Smith Oatmeal Stout - England - World class, silky smooth & delightful.
40. Harviestoun's Old Engine Oil - It's a cross between a Scottish Eighty-Shilling Ale.
41. Rochefort 8 – A Belgian Trappist ale. Malty flavor with brown sugars and dark fruits.
42. Spaten Lager - Germany - since 1397, Spaten invented lager as we know it.
43. Spaten Optimator - Germany - a rich, malty, slightly sweet doppleboch.
44. Xingu - Brazil - a dark rich lager from the Amazon with a hint of coffee.
45. Woodchuck Cider - USA - hard cider, crisp & refreshing, made in Vermont.
46. Pyramid Apricot Ale - Gold medal, delicious apricot flavored wheat beer, brewed in Seattle.
47. Hacker Pschorr - world class German brewer – style du jour.
48. Delirium Tremens - Belgium – a delicious Belgian ale with pink elephants on the label.
49. Abita Turbodog - Caramel colored amber ale, chocolate nose, well balanced finish.
50. Sinebrychoff Porter– Finland, fine Baltic Porter made for Catherine The Great.
51. Bartender's Pick - Trust me, you'll like it.
52. Sierra Nevada Pale Ale - USA - floral hops, dry & fruity
53. New Castle - Brown ale doesn't get any better than this.
54. Lindemans - Traditional Belgian lambic style, deliciously fruity - fermented with wild yeast. Framboise or Peche.
55. Corsendonk Abby Brown Ale - Deep dark brown with ruby highlights and good clarity.
56. Weyerbacher’s “Blithering Idiot” - Try this barley wine and you’ll understand!
57. Smithwicks Irish Ale - Ireland’s oldest ale is finally available in the US and served here.
58. La Fin Du Monde - Triple fermented style ale brewed in Canada. Another fine Belgium style ale from Unibroue.
59. Kulmbacher Eisbock – A true ice beer. Complex and warming—not for the timid.
60. Maudite - A rich malty bottle fermented brew from the deep woods of Quebec.
Porters' Pub is not responsible for lost or stolen mugs. We save Grolsch bottles for reuse by homebrewers.
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