Uncle Bear's Brewery Tukee Town Nut Brown

Brewed by Uncle Bear's Brewery

English Porter5.0% ABV22 IBU

This nut brown is an easy-drinking English style brown with a nutty twist. A blend of crystal malts provides a caramel color, paired with an array of Munich, Vienna and brown malts to lend slightly nutty characters. To top it off, a combination of fire roasted macadamia nuts and walnuts are added during the brewing process to really add a nut punch of flavor.


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Available near Ashburn, Virginia

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