The St. Peter’s Old Style Porter is neither big nor bold, nor does it have any unique ingredients. It does not push the envelope of what can be considered be a porter, or beer for that matter. It may not be any of those things, but it is good. It has enough roasted malt and coffee aroma and flavor to be a faithful rendition of the style, and has enough extra hoppy bitterness to be just a little different and set itself apart from the pack. The Old Style Porter pours a dark brown with some ruby highlights if held up to the light, with almost no head. It has a slightly thin mouthfeel, which is not what I expect from porters. While I do not think they should be as chewy as stouts, I want a little more heft to them than this one has. The V-Man proclaimed it the best porter he had ever had. I cannot go that far but give it a 6/10.