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Sources say that a brewer named Ralph Harwood conceived a blended beer called 'Entire', consisting of equal parts beer, ale and strong beer in 18th century London. Since porters whom transported goods around London favored 'Entire', it developed a second name, 'porter'. Stouts were created as the slightly stronger sibling of porter, but these days the distinction between the two are blurred. 

Stouts and porters are characterized by its dark brown to black color and mild, roasted flavors.