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Monday, January 08, 2007

Interesting Read: Brown Ale over at All About Beer

Want to know more about what's so special about Brown Ale? I know I do. All About Beer has a nice little piece on Brown Ales including origins, characteristics and a few classic examples. Anybody have a favorite brown ale? (He asked knowingly ;-)

2 comments:

Eli said...

English or American?

Limiting myself, if only due to experience, to beers brewed stateside, I really enjoy Troegs Nut Brown and Bell's Best Brown, which its seems are both classed (at least on BA) as English Brown Ales, though IMO they are fairly different brews.

Not too sure about American Brown Ales...

Adam said...

Over the weekend I tasted the brown ale from Legend Brewing of NC. It was one of the best I've had.

http://www.legendbrewing.com/beerLoc.php

Thanks Matt for sharing it on Saturday.