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Brewed by Rogue Ales
Style: Brown Ale
Newport, Oregon USA

bottled
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Broad Distribution

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RATINGS: 2667   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.7/5   IBU: 33   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Dark brown in color with a hazelnut aroma, a rich nutty flavor and a smooth malty finish. Hazelnut Brown Nectar Ale is a blend of Great Western 2-row Pale, Munich, Hugh Baird Brown, Crystal 80 and Crystal 135, Carastan, and Beeston Pale Chocolate malts; hazelnut extract; Perle and Saaz hops.

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2.9
beersnob73 (14) - Florida, USA - MAR 31, 2005
Pleasant but slight hazelnut aroma with a very minimal bit of chocolate flavor at the finish Very tasty beer!

3.8
ancherrera (162) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 31, 2005
Tasted like Frangelico. Not nearly as much aroma as you would expect though (very light and almost non-existent. Not nearly as sweet or as heavy as I expected. In fact, the mouth feel was a little watery. I thought it tasted and smelled delicious. Not what I think of though when I think of a brown ale. I would buy again and again but must be drunk in the right context. I think it would be difficult to pair with foods other than desserts (although it’s not that sweet). I really enjoyed it.

4.1
jgentgesdo (694) - Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA - MAR 30, 2005
Pours brown with a thick tan head that is moderately diminishing. Nose is cream and hazelnut. The flavor is the same, with a nice coffee balance and hops at the end. Sweet and creamy, very good mouthfeel. Not many bubbles. Yum.

3.7
asheft (3082) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - MAR 28, 2005
Blackish and ruddy dark brown that was clear until I poured in the brown yeast. Head was light brown, but receded to absolutely nothing after not long. Inviting aroma of toasted hazlenuts, bourbon, vanilla, and a little woodsmoke. Packed with flavour: hazlenut, vanilla, coffee, chocolate, roasted and rauch-malt. All said, it has not been lost that this is a sweet brown ale. There is some faint hops flavour and a tiny bit of bitterness. Medium to full body with low to mild carbonation.

3
aspidites (1272) - manteca, California, USA - MAR 26, 2005
Hazelnut extract nose that is extremely overpowering. Sweet almost cloying on the palate. Roasted malts clash with the extract, almost a pvc type flavor at the end. Vanilla and hazelnut finish overly sweet.

4.7
deadon71 (7) - algonquin, Illinois, USA - MAR 25, 2005 does not count
This has the most complex flavor of any brown I’ve ever had. Pours a clear brown, smells like hazelnut, coffee, toffee. As the beer warms up, the flavors really come out. This is definitely a sipper. Delicious!

3.9
ian2000gsxr (69) - USA - MAR 23, 2005
smooth with tons of malt.. roasted nut flavors with a good sweetness. great mouthfeel. blows newcastle brown out of the water IMO which was previously my favorite brown. buy this now

4.2
punkeedo (498) - Covington, Louisiana, USA - MAR 22, 2005
This is a wonderful brew. Tastes of chocolate and coffee--almost like a frappucino with Bailey’s. Dark, with a creamy mouthfeel. This is good stuff.

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mds (2250) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - MAR 19, 2005
bottle. opaque mahogany colour with a small white head. lots of sweet milk chocolate aroma, some roastiness and a hint of hazelnut. flavour is much better than the aroma displays. smooth, malty, nutty, roasty. medium body. the nutty finish is spectacular. great beer.

4.7
doostinjcap (43) - Newport, Oregon, USA - MAR 16, 2005
WOW! John Maier has out done himself with this brown ale! Seriously amazingly executed. Smooth from the first sip to the last. Questionably the best ROGUE!


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