Nisse666 (7324) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - JAN 1, 2010
Flaska 10 grader, 2009-09-03, Göteborg
UTS: Pepsi cola med julmust skum
D: Newcastle brown ale + kaffe
S: Som en Newcastle men lite torrare och med någon oidentifierbar metallisk bismak. Faktiskt helt OK men orginalet (tänkte då på NBA) rules.
Brukar bli besviken på Shipyard men faktiskt inte denna gång.
ES: Sötsyrlig mjuk dimma CaptainCougar (7133) - Columbia, Maryland, USA - NOV 22, 2006
Pours a clear dark copper mahogany with a spotty-lacing, small frothy tan head. Has a sweet toasty, bready caramel malt aroma with some nuttiness. Body starts slightly fizzy revealing some more sweet toasty darker malts and earthy English hops before a drier, sticky bitter finish. Could be smoother and better balanced. ekstedt (6708) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - AUG 4, 2009
Bottle (35 cl), thanks gnoff. Clear mahogny, medium beige head. Roasted aromas with some butterscotch. Light to medium bodiedm medium carbonation. Dry, a bit salty and metallic. ClarkVV (6642) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - APR 27, 2005
UPDATED: APR 29, 2005 2005 bottle. I wonder what were the choices given to the brewer that he chose a brown ale??!! I can just imagine. . ."Well, it’s time for you to choose a beer, would you like to make a Trippel, dubble, maybe a Double IPA or a barleywine, how bout an Imperial Stout or a Dortmunder??" "I think I’ll brew a brown ale!!!" Haha, whatever. . .His choices were probably more like, "brown ale, pale lager, APA, IPA". Ok, ok enough of that. vyvvy (6392) - Florissant, Missouri, USA - APR 11, 2006
Pour is a clear, dark, chocolate brown body, very fine bubbles rising rapidly to form a one-finger off-white head, with no lacing, and little retention. Aroma of light yeast, toffee, minerals and soft milky chocolate. Hints of flavorful, fuzzy, earthy green hops as well. Flavor begnis full of toffee and chocolate, light, sticky molasses/brown sugar and lots of crystal malt on the finish. English hops are flavorful, and quite restrained, little to no bitterness. Some mild fruitiness, a bit of nuttiness and touches of buttercream towards the end. Medium body with no wateriness. Pretty hard, filtered American mouthfeel, too much carbonation at first. For all of the full flavor, it’s only moderately complex. Well-made but very safe, as jay says.
Aroma is smooth nutty maltness. The pour is a nice dark brown with a beige head that stay around for a while. Tast is very smooth with roasted malt with a pleasant nutty flavor. Light bitter hop finish with full maltiness. Later in the some of the roasted qualities have a bit of a coffee flavor. A very nice beer.
Cletus (6355) - Connecticut, USA - OCT 13, 2009
Pours brown with a tan head. Smells of wheat, some earth, some pepper. Tastes earthy and chocolatey with some roasty hints on the finish. mansquito (6328) - Nueva York, New York, USA - JUN 4, 2009
Well apparently this is not retired because I got a sixer of this at a pretty new liquor store pretty recently. Cloudy brown color with beige head. Aroma is really malty with dark fruit notes in it. Taste is pretty much what you would expect from the smell. Malty with caramel and subtle chocolate undertones. JPDIPSO (6216) - Wauwatosa, USA - JUL 24, 2006
Dark chestnut color with a big foamy light tan head. Applesauce and sweet licorice aromas. Really not much of a sniff. Mild roasted malt with a light sweet malted milk flavor Some dry roasted nut and a touch of dry floral hops as well. What a boring brew night. Linger is lightly acidic and with a dry toasty quality. TheBeerGod (6209) - Newport News, Virginia, USA - APR 16, 2005
Thanks to matta for the bottle! Strong copper with splashes of ruby. Small manilla colored head. Nose is toffee, lightly roasted malts, light choco notes, and light earthy hops. Taste is hoppy and laden with roasty notes and caramel. Light chocolate, dried nuts, light woody notes and some vegetal notes. Body is medium but is very dry feeling. Minimal carbonation feel to it. At times, this borders on chalky. Finishes is hoppy with caramel, dried fruit-n-nuts mix, and light coffee. Decent brown. thedm (6146) - Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA - NOV 14, 2006
This bottled brew marked best enjoyed before july of ’06 from a bottle shop poured a head of all foam finely sized light brown colored bubbles that was mostly diminishing and left behind a transparent typically carbonated red brown colored body. The aroma was sweet and caramel malt. The mouth feel was thin and weakly tingly at the start and strongly tingly at the finish with a strong caramel note. The flavor contained notes of sweet caramel wheat and softly acidic.