RATINGS: 660   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.48/5   IBU: 21   EST. CALORIES: 189   ABV: 6.3%
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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Murphy (1759) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - DEC 24, 2004
Big head, dark clear crimson body. Dry, slightly yeasty aroma. Medium to light bodied. Large nutty taste, with a creamy mouthfeel. Solid hopping. Finish is bitter and a little roasty. Good balanced brown ale.

heykevin (1281) - Decorah, Iowa, USA - DEC 23, 2004
Lightly hoppy aroma, some brown malt and a touch of chocolate. Big chocolate flavor, some considerable roast. Sweet long finish. Rather brown porterish, nice.

SubstanceT (1092) - Saint Louis, Missouri, USA - DEC 20, 2004
Thanks be to BrooklynBoy (Edward) for sharing this great beer with me. Darker in colour with a nice small offwhite head. THe nose is malty with just a dab of hops. THe taste is just about the same but more sweet. Overall quite good, man do I love bear republic.

YourDarkLord (1800) - Urbana, Illinois, USA - DEC 20, 2004
Deep brown with reddish highlights. Small beige head. Aroma is sweet. Malt, vanilla, caramel. Maybe molasses. Full feeling in the mouth. Good body. Lightly carbonated. Flavor is gently sweet, lightly bitter. Interesting but not exceptional for a Bear Republic.

DocLock (10701) - Lower Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 18, 2004
With all the good beer I just bought at Half Time in Poughkeepsie, NY, plus big trades with npdempse (Secret Santa...thanks again Nick), BBB63, and goldtwins, plus an atpayne trade on the way, it seems like every beer I drink these days is a gorgeous shade of ruby. This one is no different. Named after a million dollar sales guy, Pete Brown, this has aroma and taste of malt, almonds, and some brown sugar and toffee at the finish. Solid. At 3 bucks a bomber, well worth the price. Now, if only Bear Republic can find a sales guy named "Jim Dreadnaught" or "Pete Speedway".

IndianaRed (4629) - Boise, Idaho, USA - NOV 30, 2004
Bottle Pours a deep dark brown with crimson edges and highlights. Vaery large foamy tan head. Aromas are malty and woody. Apples and nuts as well. Flavor is brown sugar, quite nutty and of dark malts. A slightly sweet metallic taste. Feel is smooth fairly lively and a bit thin with a finish that feels a bit chalky. After taste is a slightly bitter and woody again. Nice flavors and easy to drink despite the claimed 6.3 ABV. Probly my favorite Brown Ale.

meathookjones (245) - Sterling, Virginia, USA - NOV 30, 2004
22oz bomber bottle with a label stating this beer is a tribute to sales manager who passed away. This one pours a dark brown color with a reddish highlights and a light tan head with decent size. The smell is of nutty malts and coffee flavors with notes of hops as well. The flavor starts of with a nutty sweetness and espresso/coffee notes. There is a roasted taste as well throughout with piney hop notes also. Mouthfeel is full and rich and it goes down very smooth with a slight sweet aftertaste. One of the tastier brown ales I have ever had and another good beer from Bear Republic.

egajdzis (6589) - Pennsburg, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 23, 2004
Poured a dark reddish brown color with a large, light tan head and nice lacing on the glass. Aroma began with sweet citrus, brown sugar, and molasses, and upon second whiff seemed to be a drier aroma. Flavor was that of nuts, caramel malt, more brown sugar, with citrus tones in the back. Light cocoa, roast, and smoke, though overall this seemed rather bland to me. It had an average mouthfeel.

jgb9348 (6262) - Arlington (Pentagon City), Virginia, USA - OCT 28, 2004
Dark, dark brown coloured body with a thinnish light brown head. Aroma of roasted malt, strong hazlenuts and a bit of coffee. Medium-bodied; Light malt flavour with a plentiful nutty character and some light sugars too. Aftertaste shows mostly malt and some nuts also. Overall, a not-so-great beer for a style that I already don’t care for. Good to try if you like browns-but it isn’t worth $4. I sampled this 65 cL bottle purchased at Whole Foods in Vienna, Virginia on 31-July-2004 on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.

5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - OCT 22, 2004
Bottle pours a plum tinted brown, slightly cloudy yet remaining a bit clear, medium sized foamy sandy colored head, strong carbonation, with attractive lacing.   Roasty on the nose, with strong aromas of chocolate malts.   Forwardly roasted malts, slightly sweet, but it quickly fades into a slightly dryish hop bitterness.   Decent body and mouthfeel.   Finishes with a good roasted malt background, slightly astringent, a bit dry, with a very subtle hop touch.

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