Emerson's London Porter, From the Emerson's website....
Porter is the oldest commercially brewed style. Dark, dry and mellow with some hop characteristics, it was the favourite tipple of London’s porters. London Porter pours a deep brown colour with reddish tints, and the aroma is toasty, with a hint of sweetness and some earthy hop notes. Firm-bodied, but not heavy, with a creamy texture, the dryish palate is full of roasted malt, coffeeish notes and a sustained bitterness.
When I was based in Brussels, I used to keep cold Stella in the fridge, but I also liked the various Trappist beers, plus the occasional Kriek, which is made from cherries. Great place for beer, Belgium - you could try a dfferent beer each week and keep going for years.
I like Old Speckled Hen and the occasional Guinness.
Something I do like is seeing something unusual in a pub I'm in for the first time, say, a special Christmas beer and I'll then try that, as it's very different to what's available in mainstream pubs and feels like a bit of a treat.