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Blonde Porter


We wanted to deconstruct the flavor profile of a porter and recreate those flavors without using the traditional roasted malts to create a light blonde colored, full flavored beer. We used oats and wheat to build a full creamy body aged with coffee and chocolate for a rich roasted aroma and robust finish.

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In the making of No Rules we use a variety of unique brewing processes and ingredients to create a rich robust Imperial Vietnamese Porter. Designing the beer the brew team went through each step of the process to determine how we’d like No Rules to become the beer it is. One of those decisions was to not filter or centrifuge the product to leave it as raw and intensely flavored as possible. Normally our products at Perrin are centrifuged or filtered and many of our customers are used to our fully clarified products. We have been getting some questions on sediment on the bottom of some No Rules bottles that have sat for a period of time. This is the yeast and other ingredients in this beer that wasn’t filtered out settling out over time. Just like a bottle conditioned product that was conditioned with yeast has a layer of sediment that settles out over time, so does the unfiltered No Rules. We realize this is different from our other products and wanted to answer the questions we have been getting from our customers. Just like with a bottle conditioned beer we recommend decanting with pouring if you want to avoid the sediment or you can shake the bottle to redistribute the sediment if you’re into that type of thing. This is No Rules and there are No Rules just recommendations on how to pour.

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