Porter was the great London beer style of the 18th and 19th centuries, when the city was revered as both the brewing capital and trading hub of the world. Named after the legions of porters in her docks, streets and markets who drank this powerful beer to slake their thirst, Meantime London Porter is a classic interpretation of this complex dark beer style.
Wonderful with mature cheese, beef, lamb, or as traditionally served, with oysters.
Cases of 6 x 750ml corked and wired bottles.
This dessert by Nigel Mendham revels in warm flavours, bringing together plums, an inventive Meantime London Porter sabayon, ginger crumble and yoghurt sorbet. Most parts of this recipe can be prepared ahead of time.