Please note: This batch of Iron Maiden Trooper Red N Black Porter expires 31 July 2017.
Iron Maiden Trooper Red N Black Porter is a limited edition of the popular Trooper beer by the band Iron Maiden. Like the band's other delicious beers, it also comes from the Robinsons Brewery, which has its headquarters in Stockport, south-east of Manchester. The porter is a dark beer - the first in the band's portfolio. A recipe from 1850 is used in brewing the beer, which is interpreted with modern advanced production techniques and slightly modified ingredients.
Iron Maiden Trooper Red N Black Porter is named after a song on the album “The Book of Souls” and was developed by Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson and the chief brewmaster of Robinsons Brewery. The porter is a deep red-black colour due to the use of a blend of chocolate and caramelised barley. The beer has a wonderfully complex taste which is highlighted with notes of roasted malt and caramel. Due to the special yeast used by the Robinsons Brewery, it also has aromas of liquorice and honey.
|Type of beer||other|
|Flavour||caramel, honey, licorice, malty, toasted|
|Country of origin (item)||England|
|Manufacturer or importer||Frederic Robinson Ltd., Stockport SK1 1JJ, United Kingdom|
Water, barley’s malt, hop, brewer’s yeast.
Contains: Malted BARLEY and WHEAT.