Sinebrychoff Porter

Style: Vintage Porter
Oy Sinebrychoff Ab, Kerava, Finland

"Rumors have it that the starter sample of the young yeast after World War II was removed from a bottle of naturally-conditioned Guinness..."
M. Jackson [Pocket Guide to Beer, p.70]:
"...the famously satisfying Sinebrychoff Porter...".

Created by NICOLAI SINEBRYCHOFF in 1819 SINEBRYCHOFF PORTER brewed by the oldest operating brewery in Scandinavia uses four differing malts (Vienna, Munich, Chocolate, Caramel) , two types of hops (Hallertau, Saaz) and a fresh young yeast for each new batch [the used yeast is separated not filtered]

Primary fermentation takes four weeks at 68oF with another six (6) weeks of warm-conditioning in the tanks at 70oF.

It is an intense Baltic style porter, very much in the Imperial Style that Emperess Katharina of Russia loved so much. She degreed that "all her soldiers" had to be supplied with it [18th century]

Sinebrychoff Porter 1998
Alc./Vol.: 7.2
Plato: 17.0
IBU: 45

Sinebrychoff Porter 2000
Alc./Vol.: 7.2
Plato: 17.0
IBU: 45


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