B-17 Brown | Atomic Ale & Brewpub
Style: Brown Ale - American
Description: The words “mild” and “brown” are two of the oldest terms used to describe English beers. Brown ales used brown malts which were kilned over a hardwood fire and originally had a smoky flavor. Brown ales became the overall term used to distinguished the darker stouts and porters from beers made with pale malts. Often, a stout and then a porter was drawn from the same mash of brown malts. Our B-17 Brown Ale uses seven different grains and three different hops to give it a complex malt profile and body with medium hops.
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