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Brewed by Muskoka Brewery
Style: Brown Ale
Bracebridge, Canada

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RATINGS: 139   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.11/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
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Brewer’s Description: Premium ale handcrafted from the highest quality Kent Goldings hops, select Belgian and Canadian malts, yeast and pure Muskoka water.

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3.3
jksipa (1007) - Newmarket, Ontario, CANADA - SEP 29, 2013
Bottle from the Beer Store. Pours a very dark reddish brown with a minimal beige head that leaves nice lace. Nose is chocolate and roasted nuts. There is some bitterness that keeps this from being too sweet. Mouth is medium with average carbonation. Slight metallic taste in the finish.

3
lagerette (30) - - SEP 20, 2013
Bottle 355ml. Pours very dark brown with heavy foam that does not keep long. Aroma of malt, coffee and burnt caramel. Taste of burnt caramel and coffee. Good carbonation. A nice enjoyable beer.

3.7
vadie (1256) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - AUG 4, 2013
Rouge foncé, presque noir, avec un petit col marron. L’arôme de la mélasse et de réglisse. La saveur est très similaire.

3.3
mnurda (1289) - Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA - JUN 7, 2013
Bottled sample at JW Marriott in Muskoka. Malty favour. Bit thin but ver drinkable ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.6
Dpaquet (420) - Trois-rivieres, Quebec, CANADA - MAY 6, 2013
Pours a dark black with beige head and good lacing. Smells nutty with some chocolate very light smoke. Taste is more on the roasted side. Lots of roasted malts, chocolate, some hazelnuts and like the nose some very light smoke notes. Low to medium body and medium carbonation. Reminds me i need to buy Nutella...

3.4
ads135 (4924) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - MAY 5, 2013
This is an ok, dark, somewhat nutty ale. Flavor of dark roastiness, not approaching coffee, more like burned caramel. Picked it up in Toronto in spring, 2013.

3.6
Slepkov (46) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - APR 6, 2013
This is not really a brown ale. The ale is much darker than that and sweetness is not predominant. Nonetheless, this is a pretty good offering for a brewery in Canada. Very dark in appearance with a promising head that disappears rather quickly to leave a thin tan cream. The aroma is a straightforward mix of malt and coffee and burnt toast. Light and a little thin on the palate with a good amount of carbonation, but the bubbles are a little too coarse for a beer this dark. The taste is predominant burnt toast and coffee with upfront bitterness and subtle sweetness. Certainly not cloying in any way. Very good balance of flavours. Goes down well. Well done, Muskoka. Well above average for Canada.

3.1
gilvanblight (826) - Windsor, Ontario, CANADA - MAR 30, 2013
It’s awesome that this beer came with a patch or merit badge. Very dark almost black pour with tons of foamy head that fades very quickly. Strong malty scent. Heavy yet easy to drink. Full bodied and flavourful. Lots of malt that goes to caramel and dark bitter chocolate. Very enjoyable beer.

3
Freaky_tiki (1330) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - FEB 9, 2013
A tad fruity. Best cottage country brewery. Good choice for training wheel transition off lager. Works well stuffed up the rear of a chicken. Keep the heat at 350 F. Sip as it sizzles.

3.1
Lagerboy (2221) - British Columbia, CANADA - JAN 29, 2013
Darkest ruby hued brown, foamy tan head settles and mostly fades. Sweet chocolate malty aroma. Lightly roasty sweet dark malt taste, chocolate caramel and coffee. Softly carbed, light-medium bodied, low hopped. Thins out a bit. Finishes sweet and malty. Decent. LBW (Lagerboys Be Wary)


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