#239 Harrington’s Wobbly Boot

Harrington's Wobbly BootName: Wobbly Boot
Brewery: Harrington’s (Chch, NZ)
Style: Porter
ABV: 5%
Source: K Rd Liquor store

No time! I’m about to catch a plane to Wellington for Easter but promised myself I’d catch up on the blog before I left. Please excuse the hurried post…

Drank this last night at a friend’s while watching (I’ll admit it) Sister Act 2. I was a little preoccupied with the plight of those unruly yet gifted kids, but in the background the Wobbly Boot was going down easy.

It tasted like a fairly standard porter – lots of roasty malt, chocolate and coffee notes, and a nice balance between bitter and sweet. It wasn’t mind-blowing, but it was highly drinkable (whatever that means).

And now I can go because the blog is up to date! It’s a goddamn Easter Miracle.

PS. Don’t forget to stock up on your Good Friday beer (I suggest Emerson’s Taeiri George – hot cross buns in a bottle innit) today before the shops close. You’re welcome.

Published in: on April 5, 2012 at 1:55 pm  Leave a Comment  

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