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RATINGS: 35   MEAN: 3.28/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.25/5   EST. CALORIES: 135   ABV: 4.5%
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Creamy Nut Brown Ale, medium head. nice brown color in a glass with mild carbonation

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3.7
Bulk_Carrier (6065) - Vermont, USA - FEB 18, 2017
Poured into a mug, the appearance was a mild dark brown color with a finger’s worth of sly rocky white head. Mess lace. The aroma had a big nutty presence and then a roasty malt with a sly sweet caramel backbone. The flavor leaned sweet and grabbed the malts to run into the aftertaste and then the finish. On the palate, this one sat about a light to medium on the body with a fair sessionability about it. Mild carbonation. Good ample ABV. Overall, nicely done brown ale that I would have again.

2.9
Imaena (2328) - Maputo, MOZAMBIQUE - MAY 15, 2013
Draught at the Brewpub in Farmington. This is nothing special. Good to stop by if you are in town though.

3.6
6ROW (473) - corpus christi, Texas, USA - AUG 28, 2012
Brown pour with a small to medium off white to tan head . Great nut brown taste without the bitterness of some .

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Lubiere (14110) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - AUG 18, 2012
A copper amber ale with a thin light mocha head. In aroma, nutty roasted malt with light fruity esters. In mouth, a nice roasted malt with light coffee, nutty herbal hops, not bad. On tap at BIA, July 30, 2012.

3.5
rocbyter (2134) - Waterbury, Connecticut, USA - JUN 20, 2012
Strong nutty aroma. Amber color with a medium tan head. Light roasted malt beginning with a sweet flavor in the finish. Another great brown.

3.5
Glouglouburp (6103) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - JUL 21, 2011
In short: A typical creamy and nutty brown ale. Good example of an unexciting style
How: Bottle 22oz, improvised HF 1rst anniversary camping tasting
The look: Clear bronze body topped by a small beige head
In long: Nose is mostly toasted and nutty like I would expect from a good brown ale. Taste is creamy, hazelnuts, a bit of peanut butter, chewy soft bread crust, caramel. Basically this is a standard archetypical brown ale. Not to say it is great (it is a basic brown ale after all, not an exiting style) but there is nothing wrong with this beer and deserves a bit better than its current lousy 3.2 average, and no one dares question my opinions, I said NO ONE, your hear me? NO ONE!!!

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madmitch76 (25101) - , Essex, ENGLAND - JUL 2, 2010
22nd May 2010. ChrisOs ’Blue Ridge Mountains Of Virginia’ tasting! Slightly hazy dark amber beer. Light dry palate. Sweet toffee malt some of which is diacetyl. Pretty poor.

3.1
fonefan (49999) - VestJylland, DENMARK - JUN 1, 2010

Bottle 22fl.oz. @ chrisos Back In The UK Tasting.

Clear medium to dark amber color with a average to large, frothy to creamy, good lacing, fully lasting, off-white to beige head. Aroma is moderate malty, caramel, sweet malt, toffee, butter, sweet coffee notes. Flavor is moderate to heavy sweet and moderate bitter with a average to long duration, toffee, buttery. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft. [20100522]

3.1
cgarvieuk (25322) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - MAY 22, 2010
bottle at Chris-O ... brown ... butterscotch sweeties ... soft toffee malts ... dull ... little chocolate in linger

4.2
simonbilyk (82) - Maine, USA - AUG 8, 2009
22oz bottle. Beer is perfectly clear and a beautiful deep golden brown. Carbonation is fairly low, just a tickle. Aroma is fruity/toasted grainy, perhaps slightly brackish. There’s a warm toasty flavor, somewhat earthy, that goes great with fried onions/potatoes. I really like this beer, especially with food. Yay beer!


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