Conwy Brewery – Telford Porter 5.6%
This is a very dark stout coloured ale with a strong roasted malt aroma, going on to dried fruit notes. The taste is a typical porter ale with bitterness from the roasted dark malts and hops, with hints of liquorice
The brewery states this is a Victorian style porter, originally brewed in 1826 to celebrate the opening of Thomas Telford’s suspension bridge in Conwy; brewed as a winter seasonal ale.
Conwy Brewery is based in Llysfaen, close to Colwyn Bay in North Wales and has been brewing since 2003. As well as traditional British ales with a Welsh character, they also produce a small range of craft ales based on those found in California.