The difference between waterier Guinness Dublin Porter and bolder West Indies Porter is almost negligible on the surface. West Indies ancient recipe offers a dryer mouthfeel, higher ABV (6%), bitterer coffee affluence and deeper charred hop tarring. Nutty black chocolate malting, reminiscent of Guinness Stout, drops off substantially as chalky cocoa astringency and ashen walnut sear back end bottled moderate-to-medium-bodied mediocity.

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