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RATINGS: 97   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.08/5   EST. CALORIES: 156   ABV: 5.2%
Our roasted chocolate and pale malts shake hands creating mild caramel flavors. Brown is your new reason to love beer. Hops are added to create the perfect balance of sweetness to hopiness. Brown is back... and it's beautiful.

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Aubrey (3516) - Bellingham, Washington, USA - MAY 4, 2008
Deep amber with a soft head that lasts. Nutty-sweet nose. Sugary malts, with notes of nuts, toast and light brown sugar. Zingy hops with decent bitterness to boot. Pinch of vanilla in the background. Very nice brown ale.

afterglow (1047) - Florida, USA - APR 17, 2008
Bottle. Pours a clear deep amber with a small white head that fades to a ring. Aroma of light caramel and light roasted malt. Taste is the same as aroma. Medium thin mouthfeel with a mild amount of bitterness. Good.

charcot25 (181) - Cordova, Tennessee, USA - APR 14, 2008
Pours a deep brown with red highlights and a thin off-white head. Aroma is minimal, only some English hops. The taste has some caramel, bread and light nutty flavors but doesn’t have the almond/hazelnut intensity of sam smith’s. Decent, just let it warm up a bit first.

FlyingSwine (174) - Littleton, Colorado, USA - APR 12, 2008
Pours a nice dark crimson, with a small tan head. Light aroma. Smells a touch like Goldings, but not quite. This one has a bit of a chemical aroma. Flavor is subtle, and fairly balanced, but too light to make an impression. Palate is thin, but not watery. Overall an okay brown, but was expecting better from a quality brewer.

tkimbrought05 (37) - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA - APR 10, 2008
Bottle. Nice brown color with a tan head. Aroma is kinda light, malty. Slight chocolate and biscuit taste. A little bit of caramel in the finish. A little bit of nuts also. Light on the palate.

Gregis (1281) - Stilwell, Kansas, USA - APR 3, 2008
Pours a clear orange-brown with a finger of creamy, beige head and matching lace. The nose is of fruity, burnt caramel and light metal. Medium-bodied with fine "expansive" carbonation; it actually feels as if it’s increasing in volume while it sits in your mouth; most curious. It finishes a bit astringent and lightly bitter with a touch of metal, as well. Burnt caramel, a faint nuttiness, and a bit of plastic, with a mildly bitter earthy-hopped finish. I generally like Bridgeport’s brews, but this one is an exception to that rule.

raphael (1254) - Portland, Oregon, USA - MAR 30, 2008
maple, chocolate, wheat toast. deep reddish brown w/ quick off-white head. a sting from carbonation and hops but also a thin and drying texture. honey, molasses, apricot malt flavors get a little balance from lightly citrus hops

Crit (3996) - Surrey, British Columbia, CANADA - MAR 26, 2008
Brown.lasting beige head.Salty lt malt nose.Somewhat thin watery profile, quite bland. Faint ending hops

puggy211 (712) - cordova, Tennessee, USA - MAR 9, 2008
OHHHHH yEAHHHHH nice brown ale,perfect mouth feel,pours brown nice white head, nice carmel malt aroma.Nice smooh mouthfeel not too much of anything very drinkable.I will buy this beer again.It is a very solid drinkable craft beer.

unclemike (3124) - Ft. Riley, Kansas, USA - MAR 3, 2008
Bottle. Head is initially small, frothy, light brown, mostly diminishing. Body is medium to dark brown. Aroma is lightly to moderately malty (nuts, caramel, toasted bread), lightly hoppy (herbs). Flavor is moderately sweet, lightly acidic, lightly bitter. Finish is lightly sweet, lightly acidic, lightly to moderately bitter. Medium body, watery texture, lively carbonation. Clearly made for carefree easy-drinking.

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