New English Brewer's Special Brown

Brewed by New English Brewing Company

British Brown Ale6.6% ABV33 IBU

Brewers Special is a robust brown ale full of malt character with a deep, bronze body and a substantial foamy, light tan head.

As it’s name suggests, this is no ordinary Brown Ale. At 6.6% ABV this ale is a testament to the craft of the American Brewer. The noticeable strength is balanced by a huge malt backbone of imported Maris Otter barley, the complex flavor profile comes from a combination of crystal, victory and roasted malts.

The hopping rate for this ale is 33 IBU’s ensuring that the malts don’t overpower but retain the upper hand while vying with the persistent alcohol to ensure a smooth, consistent experience to the bottom of the glass.

So beware, Brewers Special Brown Ale is deceptively easy drinking for its strength!

Available near Ashburn, Virginia

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