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Tommyknocker Maple Nut Brown Ale

maplenutbrownType of Beer: Brown Ale

Alcohol Content: 4.50%

Beer Review –

Appearance: Dark brown and red. Clear complexion with thin, one-finger, light brown head.

Smell: Mild smell with subtle hints of malts, maples syrup and nuts. Pleasant.

Initial Taste: Again, mild flavor, almost gives the feeling of being watered down. The malt sweetness is balanced well with the nutty aftertaste.

Thoughts: Pretty much what you would expect from a nut brown ale, maybe a little light. These types of beers aren’t known for lots of flavor. However, saying that is not a slight on the beer in anyway. This is a very pleasant beer from smell to finish, though I wish the maple flavor was a little more present. Very easy to drink and also easy on the wallet :). I recommend this beer to anyone looking to a try a Nut Brown Ale for the first time. I enjoyed this beer and would be happy to have it again.

About Scott

Scott is the founder and co-beer taster of TheBeerCritic.com. Born in the mighty Northeast, Scott enjoys navigating by the stars, wrestling wolverines and starting campfires with nothing but his good looks. He is also a hopeless hophead. If it's not enamel melting hoppy then it's not a real beer ;)

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