New Glarus Thumbprint Series “Smoke on the Porter” Returns

08 July 2016

From New Glarus:

Shipped this week and in our Beer Depot now is our “Smoke on the Porter” one of the most requested Thumbprint brews.

“Smoke on the Porter” brings to mind smoke house aromas wafting through the neighborhood, creating a special kind of decadence that must be shared. Master Brewer Daniel Carey has taken Wisconsin barleys that were generously cold smoked with Cherry Wood in Chilton by Briess Malting. Then he harnessed dark malts to create a team that steps out as a creamy smooth black brew.

New Glarus Brewing Company President/Founder Deb Carey says this delicious beer will “forever fondly linger in your mind.” Excellent company for a grilled steak or Wisconsin made vanilla ice cream.

Smoke on the Porter was last released in 2007, so enjoy Smoke on the Porter now, because we make no promises that this adventurous beer will ever return again.

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