Dark

Though rich brown in colour, English-style porters are surprisingly medium-light in body. They’re brewed to have a hoppy bitterness and slight malt sweetness, and sometimes have caramel and chocolate flavours.

Rickard’s Dark makes this style its own by adding a hint of pure Quebec maple syrup for a robust, roasted flavour.

Food pairings: Its roasted notes and maple are great with braised meats, cheese, and dessert. It’s also a great ingredient for flavourful cooking.

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