Diamond Bear “Paradise Porter”

84 B-




I am reviewing this particular porter mostly because its brewed here where I live in Little Rock, Arkansas. The aroma hints at vanilla with a pleasant grainy bread character over chocolate. The palate slides in smooth with chocolate malt and a dash of cocoa over lightly burnt toast. Hops bring in a particularly orange citric flavor and a mild bitterness. It’s medium-light in body and easily sessionable. The emphasis on a dark, almost smoked roast is more of a stout approach.  It isn’t a disappointment, but it fails to impress me. 
6.24%
? IBU
Little Rock, Arkansas
Diamond Bear “Paradise Porter”

84 B-




I am reviewing this particular porter mostly because its brewed here where I live in Little Rock, Arkansas. The aroma hints at vanilla with a pleasant grainy bread character over chocolate. The palate slides in smooth with chocolate malt and a dash of cocoa over lightly burnt toast. Hops bring in a particularly orange citric flavor and a mild bitterness. It’s medium-light in body and easily sessionable. The emphasis on a dark, almost smoked roast is more of a stout approach.  It isn’t a disappointment, but it fails to impress me. 
6.24%
? IBU
Little Rock, Arkansas

Diamond Bear “Paradise Porter”

84 B-


I am reviewing this particular porter mostly because its brewed here where I live in Little Rock, Arkansas. The aroma hints at vanilla with a pleasant grainy bread character over chocolate. The palate slides in smooth with chocolate malt and a dash of cocoa over lightly burnt toast. Hops bring in a particularly orange citric flavor and a mild bitterness. It’s medium-light in body and easily sessionable. The emphasis on a dark, almost smoked roast is more of a stout approach. It isn’t a disappointment, but it fails to impress me.


6.24%

? IBU

Little Rock, Arkansas