Beer Style: Brown Ale

Tommyknocker Brewery: Imperial Nut Brown Ale

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This rich ale gets its complexity from pure maple syrup as well as chocolate and crystal malts.


Abita Brewing Company Turbodog

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Turbodog, one of Abita’s flagship brews, is a dark brown ale with a rich body and a sweet, toffee-like flavor.


Dogfish Head Craft Brewing: Indian Brown clone

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This dark IPA is available year-round and is dry hopped similarly to Dogfish Head’s 60 Minute and 90 Minute IPAs. It is roasty, with a mild hop bitterness.


Newcastle Brown Ale clone

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Newcastle Brown Ale is actually a blend of two beers. Brewers blend a strong, dark ale that has been aged and a smaller, younger amber ale. As a consequence, this average-strength brown ale shows some plum and raisin characteristics more frequently encountered in an old ale. You can try to make the blended version and those instructions can be found in the May/June 2006 issue. Here is a more simplified single batch version.


American Brown Ale

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by the numbers OG: 1.045–1.060 (11.2–14.7 °P) FG: 1.010­–1.016 (2.6–4.1 °P) SRM: 18–35 IBU: 20–40 ABV: 4.3–6.2% It is said that the first American brown ale was a creation of homebrewers in


Northern English Brown

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Jamil Zainasheff provides readers with a recipe for a Northern English-styled brown ale. Northern brown ales tend to be a bit less roasty, drier, and a bit more hop character.


Peekskill Brewery’s Malt Balls Brown Ale: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, We don’t really have a homebrew club where I live, but there are about six to eight of us who get together once a month to taste our homebrews. This


C.H. Evans Brewing Company Kick Ass Brown Ale: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, I am fortunate in my line of work to travel around the world and sample some fantastic beers. Recently, I found myself in Albany, N.Y. at the C.H. Evans Brewing


Lost Coast Brewing Co.’s Downtown Brown Ale clone

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An English-style brown ale with toffee and bread notes.


Pete’s Wicked Ale clone

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One of the early superstars in the US craft beer scene, Pete’s Brewing Co. was founded in 1986 and was eventually sold to Gambrinius in 1998. This beer played a large role in putting American Brown Ales on the beer map. Pete’s Wicked Ale was discontinued being brewed in 2011.


Madison Brewing Co.’s BURNT clone

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Toasted hemp seeds, infused into this American brown ale, provides a unique nutty character. The hops balance the malt characters nicely. Recipe provided by the head brewer at this Bennington, Vermont based brewpub.


Good Olde Brown Ale

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A session brown ale provided by The Brew Haus out of Durango, Colorado. The recipe has an optional ginger addition for those ginger lovers out there


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