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Blackwater Dry Porter brewed by Orlando Brewing - Orlando, FL


Blackwater Dry Porter brewed by Orlando Brewing - Orlando, Florida

Orlando Brewing's Blackwater Dry Porter uses american organic malts, hops and ale yeast, similar to stout, but without the roasted characteristics and light in body with an earthy flavor and a clean crisp dry finish. The dryness comes from the use of organic chocolate barley in addition to organic pale malt, moderate hop bitterness, and good attenuation. Water used in this porter has a carbonate hardness. An original dry porter we call the “Black Lite”.
     

Orlando Black Water Dry Porter Orlando Black Water Dry Porter

    
Beer Review by Beer Advocate
Poured on-tap at World of Beer in Viera, FL. Never had anything from this brewery before, so I figured I'd give it a shot. The beer was served in a pint glass, and it was a very deep, dark brown with amber highlights on the edges. No head to speak of. Aromas of molasses and coffee, blending into a nice bittersweet smell. Crisp and dry in mouth, which makes sense why it was listed on the beer menu as a Dry Porter; it's not just a clever name. Very smooth coffee flavors that start sweet, with the bitter, dark roasted flavors into the finish. Bitter and roasted aftertaste, too. Very easy to drink, and very tasty. Combined with a low ABV, this is an easy brew to session.

 

     
Orlando Brewing Company
Orlando Brewing is Florida’s only certified organic brewery. What does it mean to be organic? It means that ingredients used in crafting our ales are grown without insecticides, bioengineering, genetically modified organisms, sewage sludge or irradiation. Orlando Brewing Blonde, Pale, Red & Brown Ale in addition to Olde Pelican EPA, Blackwater Dry Porter and European Pilz, are officially certified Organic by the USDA. All our beers are the only ones declared “Fresh From Florida” by the State’s Department of Agriculture. You can taste the difference. 
 
 Orlando Brewing StaffOrlando Brewing Brewery 
    
Orlando Brewing brews in accordance with the German Purity Law of 1516. That means we use only natural, organic ingredients. We would never use cheap fillers or adjuncts. Our ales range from light & easy-drinking to deep, dark, robust porters. The beer is fresh and never pasteurized.

Come visit us! We are located near Downtown Orlando at 1301 Atlanta Avenue (adjacent to the Orlando Amtrak Station). The beer is brewed right here on the premises, so it is as fresh as can be. We always have more than a dozen of our beers on tap. We offer free brewery tours, live entertainment, free Wi-Fi and a gift shop.
  





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