Reviewed on 2020-12-17
By
Rating 98
Style Porter
Produced In Freeport, Me.
United States
ABV 7.5%
Availability Year Round

Maine Beer Co. King Titus Porter Review

Medium-bodied, roasty, nutty, and just a bit chocolatey, this is perfection in a porter. Clocking in at 7.5 percent ABV, everything about Maine Beer Co.’s seasonal beer is well balanced. Like Maine Beer Co.’s Lunch, King Titus is also named for an eponymous creature — this one a silver-backed gorilla from Riwanda’s Virunga volcano mountain range. (The mountain range and its wildlife are protected and studied by a foundation that Maine Beer Co. supports.)

98
POINTS
Maine Beer Co. King Titus Porter
Medium-bodied, roasty, nutty, and just a bit chocolatey, this is perfection in a porter. Clocking in at 7.5 percent ABV, everything about Maine Beer Co.’s seasonal beer is well balanced. Like Maine Beer Co.’s Lunch, King Titus is also named for an eponymous creature — this one a silver-backed gorilla from Riwanda’s Virunga volcano mountain range. (The mountain range and its wildlife are protected and studied by a foundation that Maine Beer Co. supports.)

Reviewed On: 12-17-2020
98
POINTS
Maine Beer Co. King Titus Porter
Medium-bodied, roasty, nutty, and just a bit chocolatey, this is perfection in a porter. Clocking in at 7.5 percent ABV, everything about Maine Beer Co.’s seasonal beer is well balanced. Like Maine Beer Co.’s Lunch, King Titus is also named for an eponymous creature — this one a silver-backed gorilla from Riwanda’s Virunga volcano mountain range. (The mountain range and its wildlife are protected and studied by a foundation that Maine Beer Co. supports.)

Reviewed On: 12-17-2020