The second beer from Andy at Partizan Brewing is a quintessentially English offering, and one that has had several iterations.
The Partizan Porter is a beer that has been a staple of the core range since Andy began brewing in his railway arch in Bermondsey late in 2012. And in true artisan style, the beer has had more than a few different versions.
It is something we come to love from some of our small producers, and makes a lot of sense when you consider the processes and technology the microbrewers use versus the high-tech, capital intensive operations of the mega-brewers.
The important thing is the end product, and we’ve never been disappointed with any of the porters we’ve had from Partizan.
This one comes in at 5.1%, and is full of lovely roasted malts and hints of chocolate both in aroma and taste. The beer is well carbonated, and dries out nicely with a pleasant lingering roasted bitterness.