The Porterhouse Brewing Company is introducing its range of craft beers to the UK, just in time for St Patrick’s Day, March 17.
The range includes the Porterhouse Oyster Stout, Porterhouse Plain Porter, Porterhouse Red Ale and Porterhouse Pilsner.
Cousins and good friends, Liam LaHart and the late Oliver Hughes opened Ireland’s first ever brewpub, The Porterhouse in Temple Bar 21 years ago. The pair made a promise to serve only their own draft, craft beer brewed on site as well as bottled craft beers from around the world.
Fast-forward to today, and The Porterhouse Brewing Company is confident its own brand of products will be well received in the UK by the growing market of craft beer connoisseurs.
The Porterhouse Oyster Stout is a balanced brew, smooth and rounded without being bland. Sweetness is derived from fresh oysters shucked into the conditioning tank. The Plain Porter has won two gold medals and is a lighter stout at 4.2% ABV with just a hint of bitterness.
All four beers can be enjoyed at selected London venues this Thursday and Friday March 16 and 17 including the Terrace Bar at The Tate Modern and Porterhouse, Covent Garden. For the full list click here.