Morton Mortonson was one of the most vigorous individuals to ever settle in our area. The cabin of Swedish-type construction that he built in 1654 still stands today and is regarded as one of the oldest log cabins in the country. 

Morton’s Cabin Fever features a deep brown color with distinctive chocolate hues and a signature creamy head and smooth taste characteristic of a Porter. The hop bitterness is apparent but amazingly well-balanced with the malt sweetness.

Food Pairings

Our mouth-watering Morton’s Cabin Fever Porter is best matched along with any red meat, especially steak. You guessed it—this is where the name “Porter House” steak originates. To accent the silkiness texture of our porter, try pairing it with a smooth-melting cheese like Gruyère. It is also perfectly paired with chocolate desserts, such as chocolate peanut butter cookies, or as a dessert itself. 


Suggested Foods: Grilled Meats (Steak) or Smoked Food (Sausage)

Cheese: Gruyère Cheese

Dessert: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies or Chocolate-Covered Strawberries


Glassware & Serving Temperature

Nonic pint—This type of glassware bulges out at the top, which improves grip, adds strength and reduces chipping


Best served at 50-55°F