7. BROWN ALE

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7.1. Scottish Heavy

A malt-focused, generally caramelly beer with perhaps a few esters and occasionally a butterscotch aftertaste. Hops only to balance and support the...

7.2. Scottish Export

A malt-focused, generally caramelly beer with perhaps a few esters and occasionally a butterscotch aftertaste. Hops only to balance and support the...

7.3. Irish Red Ale

An easy-drinking pint, often with subtle flavours. Slightly malty in the balance sometimes with an initial soft toffee/caramel sweetness, a slightly...

7.4. Australian Dark/Old Ale

A dry, mildly flavoured session beer. Malt evident but evenly balanced by hop bitterness. Commercial Examples: Toohey’s Old Ale

7.5. British Brown Ale

A malty, brown caramel-centric British ale without the roasted flavours of a Porter. Commercial Examples: Maxim Double Maxim, Newcastle Brown Ale,...

7.6. American Brown Ale

A malty but hoppy beer frequently with chocolate and caramel flavours. The hop flavour and aroma complements and enhances the malt rather than...

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