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Pandan Porter

ABV: 5.9%   IBU: 29

Born of the leaf of the mighty Pandanus tree, Pandan is used in Southeastern Asian cuisine as a substitute for vanilla.  Its subtle flavors pair well with the traditional dark style of beer developed in London whose name is thought to have come from its popularity with street and river porters.  With its delicate notes of chocolate, vanilla, and coconut, the aim of this darker ale was to create a porter with subtleties and drinkability not often found within the style.