Brown Ales

Brown Ale was traditionally associated with northeast England, especially Newcastle-upon-Tynes ‘Newcastle Brown Ale’, though today can be found everywhere. Brown Ales are less bitter than Pale Ales and tend to be lightly hopped, fairly mildly flavoured. Brown Ales vary in alcohol content from 3% – 5% which impacts the flavour, towards the bottom can be quite sweet whilst as you head to the top of the range they become somewhat drier.

Check out the breweries below that offer Brown Ales

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