Made with a selection of toasted malts, yeast of high fermentation and a low hopping. It has a very light body and mild flavors of coffee and cocoa. Natural carbonation beer with a lightweight foam crown. It emphasizes its somewhat bitter taste that is better appreciated by drinking it in wide and cold glass.
Of English origin, the name comes from the waiters of the stevedores. The porter is a beer of high fermentation, dark but at the same time with little body and with a light flavor to coffee, cocoa and toasted bread. Its color, almost black, is achieved using very toasted malt. They are dry and with an alcohol content between 4.5 and 5.5%. In England they went through a period of decline almost disappearing.