alesmith-noble-empire-imperial-porter
alesmith-noble-empire-imperial-porter
alesmith-noble-empire-imperial-porter
alesmith-noble-empire-imperial-porter

AleSmith Noble Empire Imperial Porter

Regular price $44.99 Save $-44.99
/
3 reviews

Porter - Imperial / Double | 11% ABV No-Limit

Commercial Description:

In our 20th year, we had the good fortune to grow, expand, and relocate to our new home on what was originally named Empire Street. The city soon recognized us by renaming that street to AleSmith Court, a rare honor. Now at our larger facility, we continue to explore our passion for complex beers and expand our barrel-aging program. We have thus created Noble Empire, a brawny, complex, imperial version of a traditional English-style porter as a tribute to craftsmanship of the highest quality. Rich with chocolaty flavors derived from a variety of specialty malts, this beer has patiently found the delicate balance between sweet notes of vanilla and toast from the bourbon barrels. Enjoy this tribute to the former Empire Street and its noble evolution for the sake of craft beer. Cheers! 

California Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING

Customer reviews

Customer Reviews
4.3 Based on 3 Reviews
Write a Review Ask a Question
  • Reviews
  • Questions

Thank you for submitting a review!

Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!

Filter Reviews:
  • some
  • Barrel presence
  • AleSmith
  • umami chocolate notes
  • pickle barrel effect
B
08/05/2020
BcOneSeven
United States United States
Bam! Love that Kick after the Smooth!

AleSmith never disappoints! Little pricey, but worth it.

A CraftShack® Customer
MH
06/10/2020
Michael H.
United States United States
Ale Smith Noble Empire Imperial Stout

Full flavored taste with a kick. Good body

MS
05/23/2020
Michael S.
United States United States
Excellent barrel integration

Barrel presence was strong with this one. Oak and umami chocolate notes. Little bit of that pickle barrel effect from the oak, though, which isn't off putting to me but is for some.