RATINGS: 1165   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.37/5   IBU: 30   EST. CALORIES: 195   ABV: 6.5%
Old Brown Dog has been cited as a classic example of the “American Brown Ale” style of beer. Compared to a typical English Brown Ale, Old Brown Dog is fuller-bodied and more strongly hopped.
Old Brown Dog has been around for many years. It was first brewed in 1988 at the Northampton Brewery. In 1989 it won a silver medal in its category (American Brown Ale) at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver. It has since been retired from competition but enjoys love and respect from people all over the world.

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Hildigöltur (5104) - København, DENMARK - JUL 13, 2005
Bottled. Amber coloured. Slightly malty aroma and flavour with notes of butter and tea. Rather thin and bland with a slightly bitter finish.

jon112981 (327) - Bristow, Virginia, USA - JUL 8, 2005
Bottle. A beautiful brown color. Nice aroma of malt. A sweet taste and a slight hoppy bite.

3daddict (139) - Portland, Maine, USA - JUL 8, 2005
Pours a dark amber color. Sweet roasted malts and caramel aroma carry over into the flavor and long finish. Very good brown, maybe a little sweeter and more carbonated than most.

theacelatrain (262) - Washington DC, USA - JUL 5, 2005
Bottle. Pours a very deep reddish brown with very little head. Slightly sweet malty aroma, but not a whole lot there. Taste is very smooth, if not light, with mostly malts, toffee, and some caramel and nuts. Not much hops in the finish, actually quite warming. Sweet toffee flavors linger on the back of the tongue forever. I usually prefer hoppier, nuttier brown ales, but this really grew on me once the carbonation subdued and the beer warmed up a bit. Very nice.

GirlyBeer (190) - Old Orchard Beach, Maine, USA - JUL 4, 2005
UPDATED: AUG 31, 2005 This is a good beer to have when you just want a beer, I wouldn’t recommend it with spicy food. This beer is a typical brown ale, nothing particularly special about it other than I think it’s a little better than most of the other brown ales you can get in this area. This beer is almost always present in my beer cellar or fridge.

drpimento (3638) - La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA - JUL 3, 2005
nose "brown ale" nose, typical color, big head that quickly dies down but not completely, Great! brown ale flavor, a bit too carbonated. long, long finish. I like a lot of the Smuttynose beers. Wish we could get em in Wis again.

mephisto (1288) - TAIWAN - JUN 30, 2005
bottled, subdued aroma of caramel w/ quickly disappearing head. dark brown color and full bodied, the tasty is nutty and slight sweet.

jcwattsrugger (12420) - Florida and, New Jersey, USA - JUN 24, 2005
on tap-Pours with a thin head. Color is clear brown. Taste is caramel malty. A good drinking beer.

Emil (6065) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - JUN 16, 2005
Bottle. Brown colour with a small off-white head. Light sweet dry malty aroma light hoppy and a sweet malty hoppy taste. Medium body and a sweet light bitter dry finish.

JensenTaster (1719) - DENMARK - JUN 15, 2005
(on bottle) Redish/brown, with white head. Fruity- plum and light aroma, good. Both taste and mouthfeel is full bodied and well balanced of malts and toffée. Has a smooth and mild finish. Nice session.

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