Tokyo Black Porter is a good example that a good porter does not necessarily have to be heavy in body and high in alcohol content. This beer, aiming to introduce one of the best types of English ales to Japanese consumers, has a low alcohol content for a porter and a light body and is surprisingly rich in aroma and taste.
The smoky savouriness conjured out of roasted malt mixes with the pleasant bitterness of hops and makes the drinkers wish they has ordered more. This is the most popular beer of YO-HO in their greatest export markets so far – the United States and Australia.
Ratebeer.com score: 90.