The history of the American brewery is anecdotal, since it started in 1990, when Dick Doore, co-founder of Left Hand Brewery, receives a Christmas gift making kit to make beer itself. From there, the obsession of the two brothers to brew quality beer has grown. The passion and work have borne fruit since the brewery has since accumulated 15 medals including gold in 2006 at the World Beer Cup with its Milk Stout. The Black Jack Porter shows a brown color with ruby reflections but darker ocher topped with a creamy foam and ephemeral. Roasted malts pronounced aromas escape slowly accompanied by chocolate scents. On the palate, flavors of espresso coffee with floral notes and a pronounced astringency on the finish. One obtains a final beer wear well balanced, respecting the conventions while trying to stand out by providing its key Left Hand that made the success of the brand.
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