Booze Reviews: Newcastle Brown Ale

Today on Booze Reviews, one of my favorite beers: Newcastle Brown Ale. This beer is sold pretty much everywhere in the US, for not too much money–about $1 a bottle. This is unless, of course, you live in Utah where it’s the utterly ridiculous price of $2.35 a bottle at the state liquor store.

Newcastle is a medium dark ale, with a good amount of hoppiness to it. It should be poured into a pint glass with a minimum of head. The initial flavor is similar to most English ales–somewhat bitter, but in a good way, and fairly smooth. The aftertaste, however, is the best part of a Newcastle. It’s a kind of nutty, caramel-y sweetish flavor and it finishes the beer nicely. Newcastle is an easy beer to drink a lot of, and I recommend doing so at every possible opportunity. And considering that most places, it’s the same price as many inferior beers such as Heineken or Corona, you really can’t go wrong. Do yourself a favor and drink this beer. Now.

2 Thoughts on “Booze Reviews: Newcastle Brown Ale”

  1. good review mate glad u enjoyed the ‘dog’

  2. I agree. One of the smoothest

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