Breweries "Visited"

Saturday, January 5, 2013

Day 392: Timber Creek Tap & Table

Thanks to my good friend Kelli, I got to try out the Black Bear porter from Timber Creek Tap & Table.
Timber Creek is located in tiny Meadville (Pennsylvania). For such a small town, I actually have two connections. Kelli and her family and a crazy roommate from college. Strange how small the world can be.
The beer is made onsite in their 10 bbl brew house, which just opened in May 2012. If not for Kelli, I probably never would have gotten my hands on this beer!

The Black Bear porter poured a very dark brown, almost black liquid. It had a thick tan head. The aroma was roasted malt and what reminded me of communion wafers (sorry, non-religious readers). The flavor was perfect--coffee with hints of baking cocoa and pumpernickel bread. It finished smooth with a bit of burnt coffee. I'm so excited that I have a nice big growler of this beer so I can savor it. Who knows the next time I'll get my grubby little paws in it?
Beer stats
Style: Porter
ABV: 6%
IBUs: 35
Rating: Great
Previously reviewed from Timber Creek
This is the first beer from Timber Creek!

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