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Coffee Chocolate Porter Craft Beer on Tap at West Palm Beach Brewery


They’ve finally done it and no one is prouder than the owner of the West Palm Beach Brewery!  The West Palm Beach Brewery & Wine Vault has created a Coffee Chocolate Porter that is beyond delicious ! Here’s more on this great craft beer produced and served in its tap room at 332 Evernia Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401.

  • Coffee Chocolate Porter.  The Brewery in downtown West Palm Beach, just a block from the Intracoastal Waterway and 4 blocks north of CityPlace has finally done it !  They created perhaps one of their finest dark beers and porters, since opening on December 20, 2017!  The Coffee Chocolate Porter is on tap in their tap room, along with 19 other great craft beers and fans are raving about it!
  • Finally !    Lots of craft beer lovers, locals especially, have really resonated with the dark beers offered at the West Palm Beach Brewery.  The Unfashionable Brown Ale won a Bronze Medal at the 2018 US Open Beer Championship just a few weeks ago and is a huge hit.   Over time, since opening, the chief brewer, and the assistant brewer, have made a number of limited production coffee beers. They seek out, taste, sample, and re-taste and analyze, various coffee beans from different origins, and made from different local coffee roasters. https://oceanacoffee.com/  They are always looking for a unique expression.  Something craft and original, and artisan, just like their craft beer made on the premises at the production facility at the West Palm Beach Brewery. 
  • A Word on How They Make Beer at West Palm Brewery.  An important note about how they make beer at the brewery:  they never, ever, use  extracts or additives or artificial flavors or sweeteners.  Ever !  (Or, as the owner from New England says “Evv–ahh!”).   The brewery does NOT distribute, so they don’t have huge production goals to fill up beer in kegs or cans or bottles.  What they make is what they sell right there in their tap room. They only use the finest ingredients, which is respectful of what their mission statement is and which is also respectful of you, the craft beer consumer. 
  • Limited Production Coffee Beers.   So, with the limited production coffee porters or coffee brown ales, you can get different expressions in the craft glass depending on the type of bean (Sumatra vs Guatemalan), the grind (fine, course, etc.) as well as how roasted the coffee beans are.  This latter category or variable is left to the particular master coffee roaster which the brewery is working with at the time.  Some coffee roasters in Palm Beach County are medium roasters and don’t dark roast. Others love dark roast, where the coffee beans get very dark and oily. Finally, how long the coffee beans or grinds steep in the craft batch is another important factor.  Looking for a sharp espresso expression?  That’s a different craft beer making method than, say, a “hint” or “touch” of medium flavored coffee or an expression of coffee that is not overpowering but more subtle, more, in the background.  At the brewery, there are  20 craft beers  on tap,  https://www.westpalmbeer.com/our-beers/ since the state of the art tap room and micro brewery was custom made and the owner knew that the quantity and variety of craft beers on tap, served at 37 degrees, are two important factors to enjoying a craft beer experience in Palm Beach County. 
  • The Palm Beach Porter  So, one of the most popular dark beers at the West Palm Brewery is the Palm Beach Porter.  A delicious Porter with a creamy texture and mouthfeel, a sense of roasted malts and a very small hint of cocoa, the Palm Beach Porter has been a big hit and is ordered repeatedly.  So, when the chief brewer got the chance, he created a brand new beer that many locals who visit the brewery ask for: a great Coffee Chocolate  Porter.  The Coffee Chocolate Porter is now on tap, as of July 25, 2018, at the West Palm Beach Brewery at 332 Evernia Street, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401. It is a limited production beer.  Come on in  to the brewery’s tap room and get a glass served at 37 degrees. Or sit outside where there is outdoor table service, fresh air, seating, and lots of shade.   Remember that the Brewery also serves food at its own restaurant  https://www.westpalmbeer.com/our-food/  in the production facility (no food trucks), and it has a list of over 20 wines by the glass or bottle at vineyard-direct prices. https://www.westpalmbeer.com/our-wines/ Perhaps more importantly, the wine is premium stuff that you won’t find anywhere else. Very low production, artisan wine, or, as they say at the brewery “made with passionsincerity.” 



Jul 25, 2018