notalush (5922) - Lakewood, Colorado, USA - JAN 18, 2013
12 ounce bottle - more of a dark red than brown - fizzy, short-lived head - nose is rather mellow - a bit of nuttiness, mild sweetness, light mineral, and a mildly earthy maltiness - moderate carbonation - a little thin bodied - initially rather sweet, with light bit of toffee - drier late, with a light burton-esque quality, but not enough to completely wash the sweetness away - moderate bitterness in the finish - a touch of warmth - nothing flawed, just a little thin and boring. luttonm (6762) - Seattle, Washington, USA - JAN 14, 2013
Bottle at SBT. Deep clean brown, mineral, chocolate malting. Big clean body, crisp, clear tastes. Tobacco, scotch malts, amber wood, alc sweetness. Licorice/grape malt extract. Sweet, middle of road brown. DMLINAZ (358) - Mesa, Arizona, USA - JAN 11, 2013
Mild flavor of standard nut brown ale. Low carbonation: easy to drink. Thin/light bodied. Fratto (2845) - Arlington, Texas, USA - DEC 29, 2012
Bottle from Cavie. Brown pour with a tan head. Aroma is bready, nuts, and burned caramel. Taste is bitter, almonds, and awkward. Cavie (4805) - Arlington, Texas, USA - DEC 29, 2012
Bottle from central market. Was a dark brown color with a light red highlight. Gentle foamy beige bed. Aroma is nutty and roasty for sure. Flavors a high bitterness and A roasted malts as well. Finishes super dry. A bit thin.
cwsample (164) - Texas, USA - DEC 29, 2012
Bottle from Cavie. Very dark brown with a light head. Watered down but and roasted aroma. Tastes of nut, but very watery. dfinney23 (3424) - Houston, Texas, USA - JUL 25, 2012
2012 Brewmaster Reserve @ the brewery. Lots of chocolate and caramel without being too sweet. Wish this was more widely available. zach8270 (4021) - Henrietta, New York, USA - APR 8, 2010
(bottle - 22 oz - 2008 Brewmaster’s Reserve vintage) Dark brown/ruby red pour with a thick tan head. Lots of nuts and chocolate in the aroma with a generous malt and caramel backbone. Flavor starts with a smooth and rather roasty caramel and nut blend with a very lightly hopped followup. Finishes sweet and smooth with a light chocolate and nutty aftertaste. Held up very well for a year and a half old. philbertk (1873) - Seattle, Washington, USA - FEB 15, 2010
Full Sail Brewing Company--Nut Brown Ale--1998 12 oz. Bottle Release. 5.50% ABV. (3.75 / 5.0) Brown Ale--Deep dark reddish brown color. Chalky malt body with slightly hoppy front. Hoppy complexity to chocolate and fruity malts. Sampled 9/12/1998.
Full Sail Brewing Company--Nut Brown Ale--Brewmaster Reserve 2008 22 oz. Bottle Release. 6.00% ABV--31 IBU’s. (4.25 / 5.0) Brown Ale--Thin lacy mild head. Clear thin dark mahogany bronze red color. Mellow cacao nut hop front. Dry sweet thin textured crisp mild toasted doughy mild nut mellow chocolate malt body. Easy smooth refreshing mild hop end. Mild nut notes. Very drinkable. Sampled 1/24/2009 & 2/15/2010. Aged Well. Tasty tangy smooth calming Brown. 4--$4.00 Each. 5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - JAN 2, 2010
Bottle:   This one isn’t Brown, it is one of the deepest Ruby colors I have seen.   Moderate to large frothy beige head, sticky lacing.   Looks durn good.   Malty nose, subtle roasted hints as well as cocoa.
A little barnish, like cow barnish.   Quite malty on the tongue, semi-sweet, a little cocoa, milk sugar, and soft roasted malts.   Could actually use a bit more hop bite, but as is its quite the Nut Brown.   I don’t know
why, but this seems like more of an Autumn seasonal.   Moderate body and mouthfeel.   Clean on the finish.   Well crafted, flavorful, certainly on the malt side.   Lingering cocoa lactose sweetness.   Glad to see
Full Sail doing this again.   Now if they could only go back to the neato labels they had years and years ago.