Brown Ale

You guessed it. Brown ale is named for its brown color.

Brown ales originated in England as far back as the 17th century, and were brewed with brown malt. The emergence of pale malt (pale ales) in brewing almost put brown ales into extinction.

Brown ales can have a myriad of flavor profiles, including malty, nutty, caramel, chocolate, and bitter.

Lost Coast Winterbraun Ale

Lost Coast Winterbraun Ale

Brewed by: Lost Coast Brewery Beer Classification and Specs Style: Brown Ale Variation: American Style Seasonal: Winter ABV: 8.0% IBU: N/A Brewer’s Notes and Ingedients Enjoy the full body and rich chocolate taste of Winterbraun. Brewed with American pale malt and a mixture of caramel and chocolate malts, with Czech Saaz Hops added to give a unique spicy flavor and

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