It is said that Tsarina Catherine the Great liked dad. From the porters and stouts from England, that is. So much so that the porter – the workman’s beer from 18th century London – created a regional version. Baltic porter became the name. In turn, it is usually made underferment, unlike his British relatives. The dark bastard Vladimir comes from the Baltic shores towards you sailed, full taste ahead.
Vladimir 8.5 is a blubbervette variant of our normal Vladimir. With 20 degrees plato and 8.5 % alcohol it is a real powerhouse.
Fine sparkling brown, memories of liquorice, laurel. Somewhat nutty.
- vol % alcohol | 8,5
- IBU (bitterness) | 25
- Fermentation | Low
- Drinking temperature | 7°C
- Content | 75 cl.
- Bottle | Bracket bottle