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RATINGS: 660   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.48/5   IBU: 21   EST. CALORIES: 189   ABV: 6.3%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Peter Brown Tribute Ale is malty American Brown Ale, brewed with molasses, brown sugar, and hopped with Cascade and Centennial. It’s just the way Pete would have wanted it.

GABF 2004 Gold
GABF 2006 Bronze
GABF 2015 Silver

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3.3
tiggmtl (4545) - East York, Ontario, CANADA - DEC 10, 2005
UPDATED: APR 26, 2011 Strong citrus hops suggest tangerine and lime with underlying nutty, sweet malt character. Clear mahogany brown body is topped by a generous and lasting tan head that leaves some slight lace. Strong bitterness over the nutty malts with some lingering citrus in the aftertaste. Medium light body with moderate carbonation. An improvement over my last sampling but still perhaps not one of my favourites. Bottle purchased at Brewery Creek in April 2011. Brown malt aroma is grainy and lightly sweet. Clear copper-brown body is topped by a low but lasting tan head. Earthy, grainy malt flavour with plenty of caramel and some notes of roast chased by moderate bitterness. Medium light body with smooth texture and fairly lively carbonation. Sampled at GABF 2005. Original rating 6-2-5-4-10=2.7

3.3
Sickboy282 (1114) - San Diego, California, USA - NOV 30, 2005
pours a deep brown hue with a frothy tan head. Aromas of coffee, chocolate, a little hazelnut. Flavors of roasted malt, carmel and toffee, a litlle more hazelnut. Pleasant finish with a lingering aftertaste.

3.7
zug4abby (287) - San Diego, California, USA - NOV 23, 2005
Pours a dark brown color with a decent head and moderate amount of lacing. Aroma is roasty with hints of warm chocolate. The flavor is warm and roasty and absolutely delicious to drink. Very smooth on the palate and easy to drink.

3.6
Vac (2445) - San Diego, California, USA - NOV 8, 2005
Pours with a deep red-brown body topped by a medium head with a good amount of lacing. It’s sweet, malty and slightly roasty with a slight nuttiness and a little bitter hoppiness in the finish. Medium bodied and smooth.

3.3
BückDich (5464) - McCall, Idaho, USA - NOV 7, 2005
Nice chestnut mahogany color with creamy off-white head. Nose of toasty malt and light fruity hops. A nutty thing also going on. The flavor is balanced albeit a little bland. Thin body with a musty tail. Finishes creamy but again thin. Meh.

3
Styles (2014) - Lincoln Park, Michigan, USA - OCT 24, 2005
Pours mahogany browm with minimal head. Aroma and flavor are all standard nut brown. Almonds through and through. Very one dimensional. Had a strange sourness in the finish, that is quite a put off.

2.9
brentfeesh (1208) - Mansfield, Ohio, USA - OCT 17, 2005
Pours brown with brick red hints. Full brown head that dissipates slowly. The aroma is burnt malts with a bit of nuttiness or molasses, but mostly burnt malt. The flavor was a bit sweet and a bit sour. You get burnt malt, a slight nuttiness (that you would expect) but really overwhelming burnt malt and an astringent body. I suppose the dryness is hop presence but they come across as overly acidic. I was disappointed by this one, which is sad as my expectations were low to begin with.

3.4
Drew (2411) - Kent, Ohio, USA - OCT 12, 2005
You like sweet molasses?! Well here ya go - tons of it in the aroma - very nice, but almost overwhelming. Taste is also very syurpy sweet, but luckily, it has a dry hoppy finish to add some kind of balance. A well made brew, but not something I’d drink much of.

3.3
apoptosis (1317) - Denver, Colorado, USA - OCT 7, 2005
Very dark, reddish brown and thick. barely a head. What an interesting aroma! Pleasant and floral, slightly earlthy. The flavor is odd and unbalanced: more hoppy than most brown ales and less nutty. Alcohol is pretty evident, and even tastes more than 6.3%. Bitter and astringent finish.

3.2
notalush (5878) - Denver, Colorado, USA - OCT 7, 2005
Darkest brown pour I’ve ever seen on a brown ale (I’ve had porters that were lighter) - sticky, sweet aroma of brown sugar, clove, molasses - surprisingly bitter at first, settling into a much milder sweetness than the aroma suggests - more brown sugar and the distinct nuttiness you’d expect from the style - finishes a bit bitter and somewhat chalky and ashy - the finish kind of ruins it for me.


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