Described as the chocolate milk of beers, 1758 is a smooth drinking, nitrogen infused traditional English porter. It’s a chocolate-forward, old school style beer with a medium body and lighter roasted notes. You can thank the manually-infused nitrogen for the smooth flavor and texture on this baby. Say goodbye to carbonic bite (and be sure to turn the can on its side and roll it back and forth for optimal drinkability).
What happened in 1758?
You mean you don’t know? It was the founding year of Samuel Smith, a brewery in England who makes a delicious traditional porter. Next time you’re in Yorkshire, pick one up.