English Brown Ale
English Brown Ale is actually two separate styles - the Southern English Brown Ale is sweet, fruity, and not exported to the US. The Northern English Brown Ale is well known in England as well as in the United States.
Usually a deep red to copper in color this beer is quite malty, with bready, caramel and often nutty flavors and aromas from the various malts used. The hops used are generally Noble or English hops, and hop flavors and bitterness are generally low. A medium body and a dry finish are also common in this style.
Best served cool, 46-54 degrees, and in a pint glass, tumbler, or beer mug.
Our most popular beer, Legend Brown Ale is a full bodied version of a British-style Brown Ale. Generous amounts of specialty malts bring flavors of sweet caramel, toasted nuts, coffee, and molasses, all perfectly balanced by a steady but cautious hop dryness.
You’ll go totally walnuts over this oak-aged, walnut-seasoned brown ale.
Coffee nut brown (Description provided by company)
Truck Stop Honey is a medium bodied English brown ale brewed with Alabama Wildflower Honey, roasted malts and fresh hops. The balance of sweet wildflower honey and earthy hop aromas come through in every batch.
Cahaba Brewing and Red Bike Coffee Co. collaborated to bring you our Coffee Nut Brown ale. This small batch brew is a based on an English nut brown ale recipe with cold pressed coffee added to the secondary fermentation. The beautiful mahogany color is accented by a rich, creamy head.
The brown ale to end all brown ales. Enjoy it, because there is no longer any reason to drink another. You’ve reached the pinnacle. A healthy blend of traditional British malts give this popular style a semi-sweet, biscuity, slightly roasted flavor.
An American Brown Ale (Description provided by company)
A smooth, toasty brown ale, Best Brown Ale is a mainstay in our fall lineup. With hints of caramel and cocoa, the malt body has the depth to stand up to cool weather, but does not come across as heavy. This balancing act is aided by the generous use of American hops.
Blackstone Nut Brown Ale was designed by Blackstone brewmaster Dave Miller. It is light on the pallet, caramel brown in color with medium bodied and a nutty, smooth toasty finish. (Description provided by company)