Russian River Shadow of a Doubt Imperial Porter

Shadow of a Doubt Imperial Porter was named after the classic Hitchcock movie filmed in Santa Rosa.
Shadow of a Doubt Imperial Porter was named after the classic Hitchcock movie filmed in Santa Rosa.
There is no doubt that I loved Shadow of a Doubt.
There is no doubt that I loved Shadow of a Doubt.

Shadow of a Doubt Imperial Porter (9.86% ABV): Shadow of a Doubt was named after the great Hitchcock movie filmed in Santa Rosa in 1943.  This beer pours a black color with dark brown hue and rich tan foam that leaves a persistent lace webbing on the glass.  Shadow of a Doubt has a rich cocoa/chocolate and roasted malt aroma with background of dark coffee.  The beer is medium to full-bodied with mild carbonation.  Shadow of a Doubt provides rich, delicious, and balanced flavors of cocoa and chocolate, roasted malt, coffee, and light smoke.  A wonderfully subtle hops bitterness and hints of tobacco accompany the slightly dry finish.  This world-class beer is addictive and demonstrates the same type of creative, dark genius Alfred Hitchcock poured into his movies.

 

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