“Port’ in Icelandic. HÖFN is a dark, tanned head and low carbonation beer. Roasty and malty aromas that are replicated on the flavour side, together with chocolate hints. Medium body and light bitterness that balances the mouthfeel.
PORTER style was created in London in the XVII century as a blend of brown, pale and stale ales. It was named after the porters that used to work in the port and markets in London, as this beer style was very popular among them. Dark brown coloured beer characterised by medium maltiness, chocolate, caramel and toffee aromas with restrained bitterness.