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Dublin Porter

The Brewers Project

Tasting Notes

A sweet and smooth porter with malt and caramel notes.

Aroma: Subtle caramel notes combined with a delicate hop aroma

Flavour: Sweet and smooth with malt and dark caramel notes

Palate: Smooth easy finish with a sweet mouth feel

ABV: 3.8%

Appearance: Ruby red, although less intense than stout with a frothy head driven by the carbonation

The Story of Guinness® Dublin Porter

The 1800’s were the golden age of porter, and in Dublin and London it was the working man’s beer. Guinness has played an important role in the years since then, originally in making porter, before taking the decision to focus on stout, an iconic beer style around the world.

Guinness hops

“Tasty and well-rounded, this everyday beer is sweet and smooth with malt and dark caramel notes.”

Guinness Dublin Porter has origins in our historic brewers’ diaries going back as far as our 1st recorded entry in 1796. Luis Ortega, one of the brewers from The Brewers Project, took inspiration from our porter recipes across the centuries to create this new beer for modern tastes.

Brewers examining the appearance of Guinness Draught
Brewers Peter Simpson and Wiebke Hense

Guinness Dublin Porter is tasty and well-rounded. This everyday beer is sweet and smooth with malt and dark caramel notes.

A poster advertising Guinness Dublin Porter

Guinness Dublin Porter

A historic beer reinterpreted for a modern palate