Container Brewing: Depravity Nitro Chocolate Porter


Container Brewing: Depravity Nitro Chocolate Porter Review

With the winter months bringing along with it the colder weather it’s hard not to find yourself gravitating to the darker, richer, fuller-bodied, and higher-alcohol beers. And, while I enjoy an 11 % Imperial stout or porter for an evening sipper, I still am craving that dark chocolate, dark beer with a lighter touch – enter Container Brewing’s Depravity!

This nitrogen-infused (nitro-poured)beer meets your needs, and it may even be one of those beers you give a taster to someone who says that they don’t like dark beers! As to be expected with a nitro beer, this porter pours black opaque with a pillowy tan-coloured very tense head- you could almost eat it with a spoon! The aroma is dark, yet slightly sweet chocolate. The taste is a nice balance of dark bitter chocolate with a hint of caramel and vanilla. It is extremely drinkable and makes for a perfect “dessert” beer. Don’t just believe me, when it is available on tap at Container Brewing, there is a suggestion of turning it into an ice cream float. Talk about extra yummy!

If you are looking for an Imperial Stout to try, check out Container Brewings’ Juggernaut, a Nitro Imperial Stout, or their award-winning (and hard to come by), Seawise Giant Imperial Stout. Check their online shop for what’s available!

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About This Beverage

  • Colour: Black
  • Head Size & Retention: Big/rocky head/serious lace
  • Carbonation: Nitro/Densely Carbonated
  • Clarity: Opaque
  • Balance: More Malty
  • Drinkability: Definitely Drinkable
  • Enjoyment: I would definitely seek this beer out again
  • Malt Characteristics: Rich/Sweet, Coffee or Chocolate, Toasty/Roasty
  • Other Flavours/Aroma: Added Chocolate
  • Palate: Medium bodied


Indulge in Depravity Nitro Chocolate Porter, a rich and creamy collaboration of chocolate and nitrogen-infused release from Container Brewing. Featuring delicate notes of caramel and vanilla with hints of dried fruit.

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