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Best ‘Brown Ale’ Blogs

Samuel Smith Nut Brown Ale

Looking for a good brown ale for the holidays? Samuel Smith Nut Brown Ale went great with our turkey dinner on Thanksgiving today. This classic from Sam Smith has all the fall flavors along with that old, English aftertaste that is ...

Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale

Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale is unique brown brewed with aromatic malt, carmelized brown sugar and then dry hopped to give it some extra bite. Another classic from Coastal Delaware.

Dogfish Head Punkin Ale

There's just something about the fall. The leaves are changing. The heat is dying. An the pumpkins are a growin'. Dogfish Head caught all of the above in its new Punkin Ale. This new PA is like ...

Stone Collaboration TBA

When I read the label, the 2012 Stone Collaboration TBA looked like a typical, sweet brown ale. But when I tried it, I felt like I was sitting around the campfire drinking a hobby double. And ...

Rogue Hazlenut Brown Nectar

Rogue's Hazlenut Brown Nectar was a pleasant surprise at lunch the other day. Went great with a bacon cheeseburger, caramelized onion and sweet potato fries. The Oregon brew is based on a European brown but with ...

Big Sky Heavy Horse Scotch Ale

Big Sky Heavy Horse Scotch Ale is a dark ale with bite that'll buck you up like a Pryor Mountain herd.

Masia Agullons Runa Brown Ale

When I think of Spain, I picture bold wines, spicy food, and Flamenco dancers tearing up the floor with their energetic, staccato style. But after trying Masia Agullons Runa Brown Ale, brewed in Catalonia, Spain, I now know a different ...

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