Pub Brown Ale

16 oz stubbie as per usual from Sprecher – there’s something really substantial about these bottles that I like. Apparently, now called, “Pub Brown Ale”.
Pour gives a good dark brown color, and importantly a decent clarity with good carbonation. The head is well formed (and white) and the lacing is better than expected. Solid appearance.
The thing that i like about Sprecher more than anything else, is the fact that they generally make simple beers, to style in many of the somewhat unfashionable these days, styles. The Pub Brown is another example of that mentality and it is immensely enjoyable for those reasons.
A beer that forms a lovely, satisfying presence in the mouth with a full body and a malt sweetness that complement the light dry character that a kiss of hops bring. Very tasty, I would love to try this as a draught offering.
A really lovely beer that conjures up memories of happier times, sipping lower ABV beers in pubs on cold English days.

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10/02/2010
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bottle
ABV: 4.8 %
Appearance: 4
Taste: 4
Mouthfeel: 4
Smell: 4
Overall: 5
Total: 4.2
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