Boonville, CA, February 04, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Anderson Valley Brewing Company is proud to announce the release of its award-winning Deep Enders Dark Porter beer. It will be available in draught and 22 ounce packages. This limited production, special seasonal ale was originally brewed and released in the fall but starting in 2009 is now being released in February. What was once a dying beer style in England has been revived as an American classic. The Deep End is the Boontling name for Navarro - a town in the Anderson Valley, deep in the dark redwoods. Inspired by its namesake, Deep Enders Dark Porter is a full-bodied porter with a rich creamy head, delicious chocolaty aftertaste and a roasted coffee character. A pleasantly bitter brew, Deep Enders is excellent with oysters and other shellfish, smoked duck, and chateaubriand, as well as your favorite chocolate desserts or with full-flavored meals and spicy dishes.
As with all AVBC products, Deep Enders Dark Porter is never sterile filtered nor heat pasteurized, and should be stored in refrigeration. However, to fully enjoy its rich and complex flavor, it should be served between 40° and 45°F. Anderson Valley Brewing Company has been crafting award-winning beers for over two decades in the town of Boonville, CA, which is located in the picturesque Anderson Valley of Mendocino County.