Porterhouse Oyster Stout
- 4.5 %
- 30 IBU
- 11.5 Plato
This stout is simply not suitable for vegetarians. It contains oysters. Now, you won’t find one at the bottom of the glass, but you may get a touch of sweet minerality in the flavour that comes from the freshly shucked lads that get put in during brewing.
Not bad way to go, even for a bivalve. Delicate and toasty, it also has slightly bitter, fragrant twist, thanks to East Kent Goldings.
Galena, Nugget, East Kent Goldings
Ale Malt, Flaked Barley, Roast Malt, Roast Barley
In 1996 Oliver Hughes and Liam LaHart opened Dublin first brewpub. Intent on selling only independent beers, it was expected the pub would close within six months. Peter Mosley came on as head brewer and a number of core beers were produced ranging from heavy stouts to light lagers. Dublin had never seen the like.
In 2000 Porterhouse moved into a new sixty-barrel brewery in Blanchardstown, Co. Dublin. This brewery gave Porterhouse its first ever opportunity to sell our beer into other bars.
In 2016 the Porterhouse Brewing started construction work on a new brewery for themselves as the previous site couldn’t keep up with demand. The new brewery was opened January 2018. The 120 barrel facility gave Porterhouse the opportunity to significantly increase production as well as experiment with new beer styles.