Newcastle Brown Ale

Newcastle Brown Ale is a well-balanced, traditional beer that has a slightly sweet hop flavor. It is a popular brew in the United Kingdom.

Originally brewed in Newcastle, England, it has been protected by the European Union since 2000 as a Protected Geographical Indication. But Scottish and Newcastle, the company that owns Newcastle, decided to close its Tyne brewery in 2005 and move production elsewhere.

Origin and History

A classic of English brewing, Newcastle Brown Ale is a brown-colored, lightly hopped beer. It’s sweet tasting with notes of coffee, toffee, caramel and chocolate

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