English-Style Brown Ale Beer
English-Style Brown Ales are characterized by their nutty and toasty malt flavours, as well as a light hoppy bitterness. These beers typically have a medium-low to medium body, and a low to moderate carbonation level.
English-Style Brown Ales are usually ruby-coloured, but can also range from light brown to almost black in colour. When it comes to English-Style Brown Ales, the malt is the star of the show. These beers get their characteristic flavour from the use of English ale yeast and English malt varieties.
English-Style Brown Ale Details
- Color: 12-17 SRM
- Bitterness: 15-25 IBU
- Alcohol: 4-5.5% ABV
- Glass: Nonic Pint
- Temperature: 10-12°C
- Color: Amber to Brown
- Clarity: Clear
- Hop: Very low to low
- Malt: Dry to sweet maltiness
English-Style Brown Ale Pairings
- Food Pairing: Short Ribs, Pork, Steak
- Cheese Pairing: Aged Gouda or Young Comte
- Dessert Pairing: Ice Cream Float
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