ABV 4.9%

Plum Porter Case

This beer is dark strong and well rounded; the richness of such a rotund beer is brought to an even keel by the late addition of Goldings hops and natural plum flavouring. Take the opportunity and go for the low hanging fruit, this sumptuous beer really is a plum!

Available in case size 8x500ml.

£17.45

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Plum Porter
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Tasting Notes

StyleFruit Porter
  • SeeBl;ack
  • SmellRich Fruit
  • TasteInitial fruity plum with distinct hoppy finish
Bitter 1 2 3 4 5
Sweet 1 2 3 4 5

Brewery Awards

Award Category Competition Year
GoldCAMRA Bromsgrove and Redditch Beer of the festival2011
GoldCAMRA Long Eaton Beer of the Festival2011
GoldCAMRA Middlewich Beer of the Festival2011
BronzeACES2012
GoldCastle Rock Beer Of The Year2015-16 and 2013-14
GoldCAMRA Cornwall Branch2013
GoldCAMRA Keighley and Craven Beer of the Festival2013
BronzeCastle Rock Beer Of The Year20013-14, 20015-16
GoldCAMRA Winchester2014
GoldCAMRA West Midlands2014
GoldNorth Norfolk Railway - Beer of the Festival2015
GoldSpeciality CategoryChampion Beer Of Britain2015
SilverBeer of the YearWest Midlands CAMRA2015
GoldSpeciality CategoryWest Midlands CAMRA - Beer of the Year2015
BronzeSpeciality CategoryWest Midlands CAMRA - Beer of the Year2016
GoldJD Wetherspoon Beer Judging Competition Spring 2016 Best Beer in The Festival2016
GoldSmall Pack Specialty BeersSIBA Midlands Independent Beer Awards2016

£17.45

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Weight 7 kg

25 reviews for Plum Porter Case

  1. Had this on a trip to Liverpool in The Dispensary (a fantastic pub) now I have to find it in London. Its the best beer I have had this year!!

  2. Gingerly tried this at The Waverley Park Beer Fest, Isle of Wight and can honestly say it’s the best I’ve EVER tasted! And NO headache!! Please send over your entire stock…..:-D

  3. just had this in the maltings in york(our local)What a superb morish beer. The plum really comes through and makes a very lip smacking thirst quenching beer

  4. Tried this beer for the first time whilst in Manchester this week, abolutely loved it. Before you even get a taste the smell of plums hits your nostrila. Then you get the lovely fruity taste of plums, it is fairly sweet and very morish!

  5. Andy R says: Wonderfully complex smell and taste of plum bitter chocolate molasses, tried in a bottle from Lidl can’t wait to try it on draught

  6. The description of this beer by the brewery is correct. It is a dark, strong and full bodied beer with a beautiful plum taste.
    A top class beer!
    I discovered it in my regular, CAMRA awarded pub, “The Queen’s Inn” in Gosport.
    I will never understand why people insist on drinking tasteless yellow water that they call lager… ugh!

  7. Tried this at the Churnet Valley Rail Ale Trail. Very moreish. Best beer of the day.

  8. I don’t normally drink ale but on Saturday night I went to the Broomfield tavern in sponend Coventry and tried the Plum Porter because they didn’t have draft lager and to say the least me and my mate jock loved it I knew this because it was going down very well and very fast will defo drink it again 10 out of 10

  9. I’m not an expert at describing beer, I know what I like, and I know what I don’t! I can honestly say this is an excellent tasty beer. Try it for yourself. I found it to be thirst quenching, fruity, rich and good. Christmas pudding came to mind minus spice!

  10. What a fantastic ale! Spent a week near Leek. Nearly every day my wife and I went into the Roebuck for some Plum Porter. Great ale great pub fab food.

  11. Had a Pint in ‘The Old Hall’ Sandbach with my lunch. My Niece was so impressed, she had to have a half too! Excellent Brew!

  12. Loved this beer at Shrewsbury Folk Festival, it stopped me sampling many others as I kept coming back for more. Partner loved it just the same.

  13. Tried the keg version of the Plum Porter at the Sun Stafford beer festival. I must say it works very well.. I love this porter (Titanics best brew) and its great whichever form you drink it

  14. I don’t normally go for dark ales but as I was getting a bit bored of the usuals I manned up and gave it a go. I didn’t have to, it was fantastic! So much plum, but not too sweet or too savory, just right. I’m converted! If you like a cherry beer now and then, this will fit your taste buds. I had another pint straight afterwards. Well done

  15. Sampled this at the Roebuck in Leek, this is without doubt one of the finest brews I have tasted, simply delicious

  16. I look forward to my weekly trip to The Roebuck, Leek, just to drink what must be one of the best real beers known to man.

  17. I tried this recently in The Golden Eagle, Derby. I will miss this fantastic brew when the barrel runs out. Look forward to tasting it soon though, I may have to seek out an alternative boozer where they have it on, I don’t mind driving 50 miles for the taste of this one.

  18. What a pleasureful flavoursome experience. Great when you enjoy it with a sweet treat. Fortunately it´s now available as a regular in the Wellington in Brum.

  19. I bought a pint of Plum Porter out of curiosity after a very pleasant walk through the New Forest at Fritham. I am hooked and will not be satisfied until I can find a pub in Norfolk to have a pint or two more of this superb ale

  20. As soon as I tried Plum Porter it became my favorite Titanic brew, I’m lucky to have the White Star pub on my doorstep where it’s on all the time. A first class tasty, fruity ale.

  21. Despite drinking real ale for nearly 20 years I’m embarrassed to says this was the first time I’ve tried porter. If the Titanic plum is anything go by I’ve been missing a trick.
    The sweet scent of plum hits you on the nose as you raise the glass. The taste is deep & full bodied, perfectly balanced malt & sweet plum flavours. Very moorish & the perfect winter pint on a day when the mercury dropped to minus 5. In perfect condition at White Swan Leighton Buzzard.

  22. Tried this in The Commercial Rooms in Bristol yesterday. It made my day. Cracking beer. Need to find it again.

  23. First had this beer in the White Star in Stoke-on-Trent I couldn’t believe my taste buds my favourite beer by far. I have since moved to Liverpool and I have noticed it is spreading across many establishments across Town, the dispensary in town keys on tap Permanently! Made my year to find that out. Good good beer, in fact I’ll think I’ll have one now!

  24. Delicious! Managed to squeeze 2 halves out of the barrel, returned the following evening to find it had run out. Now on a mission to find some more. The Old Harkers Inn Chester

  25. This was a Guest beer in the Tolbooth Ellon Aberdeenshire, tasty and fresh, got better as the week went on, Rich, not to sweet and refreshing on a Sunday day

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