It’s back for another annual attack — the Sixpoint coffee porter, made with our coffee. Gorilla Warfare can be found on draft in bars and restaurants all over right now.
This beer was introduced in 2007, and it’s made a few rounds in the falls and winters since. Like its namesake beast, it has a rather fierce, robust coffee flavor and deep color that’s topped with a creamy foam, not unlike that of a cappuccino. It’s become a seasonal favorite among fans as well as the Sixpoint staff, since it smells like a coffee house for a day when it’s brewed.
So it was time to resurrect the beast. This new batch of Gorilla Warfare brewed in Red Hook is made with Fairview Estate, Kenya
The resulting beer has a mellow, wake-up-and-smell-the-coffee aroma and bold flavor that’s surprisingly less sweet for a porter. ABV of 7%. Get a pint before this batch is all spent for the season!
Brewer's notes on the Gorilla Warfare:
Baltic Porter with Gorilla Coffee
7.2% ABV, 28 IBU
Color- Nearly black with an almond colored head.
Aroma- Intense coffee with malty sweetness underneath. Roasted malts blend with roasted coffee perfectly
Flavor- Coffee permeates through layers of dark, dark chocolate and black bread, giving way to a rich toffee sweetness with more coffee to finish.
Canadian pale malt
German Munich and crystal malts
English crystal and roasted malts
Belgian special b malt
American Horizon, Northern Brewer, and Warrior hops
Gorilla Coffee roasted Fairview Estate from Kenya
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