Cracked a bottled of LTM Porter Baltique from last year, bottle a year ago today.
Still that same deep dark fruit nose, but more pronounced coffee and chocolate flavours I find. A little more bitter bite, too, but I'm assuming it's the roastiness of the malts. Smoky and woody, too.
Carbonation is holding up, but the head disappears quickly.
If I had gotten my act together and smoked some shoulder, this would be perfect with some pulled pork.
Lamb burgers it is!
Happy Canada Day!
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