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Super

“Fancy A Pint o' Broon”

published 27/10/2001

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At the risk of sounding over-patriotic we English really know our beers and this is one of the best! Brewed in Newcastle since 1927, Newkie Brown(as it gets called here anyway) is one of the UK's finest beers and also one of its most popular. You can purchase NBA in two different formats from...

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Super

“Proxam gets some NOOKIE”

published 05/11/2003

ProReadily available, easy-drinking

ConsNot very complex

There's a lot of hype surrounding NEWCASTLE BROWN ALE. Why, even back in the dark ages of my youth, when drinking beer was an exciting, illegal thrill, 'Nookie Broon' held a certain mystique. Maybe it was because all the bikers and the bad boys were partial to the stuff. Maybe it was the claims...

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Excellent

“The great English Tradition”

published 14/02/2002

ProFull of flavour, well priced, Premium Beer

ConsNone unless you drink too much of course

What a surprise I got when I returned to the USA this month; and I don't mean the fantastic welcome I got from Pelenya; although that was far better than the Op I am about to write. On my second day back home in Virginia, Ellen and I went for a meal at our favourite restaurant. I was delighted to...

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Excellent

“Like an Old Friend.”

published 09/01/2002

ProClean Smooth Taste.

ConsNone

About twenty years ago I spent a fair amount of time in and around Newcastle upon Tyne. At that time the most logical beer to drink was of course Newcastle Brown. When you go into a pub you do not know, you are never quite sure what the quality of the draught beer is likely to be as this so often...

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Good

“Mr Wear made me swallow”

published 30/11/2002

Proerm I'm thinking of some!

Conser loads!

Sometimes taking up a dare is a bit stupid but not wanting to appear chicken in the face of such a dare I rose to the challenge of actually writing an opinion on that great foe of mine Newcastle Brown Ale or fondly know by it's millions of fans ( not me I add)as Newkie Broon! Rumour had it in...

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Excellent

“The One and Only”

published 05/01/2003

ProReal Beer at a canny price.

ConsNone unless you are a Shandy Drinker

This has not been an easy thing to write about. I have been therefore been studying hard for the past 10 years of my life sampling vast qualities of Newcastle Brown so I, Mr Baz can give you all an insight in to this drink. What I do in the name of research and for Ciao! I have drunk Brown Ale...

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Super

“Just walking the Dog”

published 29/10/2001

ProSmooth nutty flavour

ConsGoes down too well

Here on the hallowed ground of Newcastle, no not St. James’s Park, but literally a stones throw away from the Magpies home, stands the mighty brewing empire that spawned the world renowned drink known affectionately as "The Dog". So grab a cracket and we’ll have the crack aboot the...

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“Sorry BigBaz Made Me AGAIN”

published 26/08/2002

ProSee opinion.

ConsSee opinion.

Sitting on a shelf in our wardrobe is a twenty-year-old bottle of Newcastle Brown Ale. When I catch sight of it I often wonder if this stuff goes bad. Will the bottle eventually explode all over my clothes perhaps? Will I awake one morning to an awful mess in there? Michael snorts and says not...

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Excellent

“A New Favorite”

published 09/02/2002

Prorich, flavorful taste

Consnone known

On Jon's second night home, we decided to have dinner at our favorite local restaurant, The Trawler. We usually eat in their newly refurbished bar, as it has a warm and friendly atmosphere. We always run into friends and have a fantastic time there. We began this meal with a scotch and soda...

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Super

“Nectar for the Geordies”

published 29/10/2001

ProAromatic. Strong. Full Flavour

ConsNot to everyone's taste

Newcastle-upon-Tyne has always been renowned for soccer and as good beer drinking country and a fine beer associated with that city is Newcastle Brown Ale. This famous beer has been brewed in the city since 1927 and its fame has spread far beyond its home city. In my view it is a very good tipple...

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Satisfactory

ProApparently you buy one of these and you are instan...

ConsIt tastes like a Snickers bar, and you have to sha...

I'm sorry, but it's boiling up inside me for years, and I have to let it out. Someone has to make a stand, and say to the world, enough is enough. SO here goes. What is all this fuss over Newcastle Brown Ale? Tell me. Go on. Let's face it. It's a run of the mill beer that just happens to be...

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Super

“beautiful brown”

published 11/04/2002

ProSmooth and refreshing

ConsToo much you go BLEARGGH

Newcastle brown ale. I think that sums up the product in all its glory, its from Newcastle it's brown and it's ale!! I first started drinking brun (as those cheery fellows from the North East call it) shortly after the classic "cider phase" (often incorporating blackcurrant) that all adolescents...

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Good

“not a premium ale”

published 30/10/2001

Proyou can get it in bottles - preferable to cans if ...

Consnot much life in the flavour.

I used to drink Newcastle Brown back in my teens - before I got into my gothic "snakebite and black, or vodka" phase, and before I actually discovered real ale. When you're perhaps not the oldest of drinkers, and haven't had time to try much, it can seem appealing - nice glass bottle, lable to...

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Excellent

ProRather delicious

ConsSomething of an acquired taste

Newcastle Brown Ale. "Newkkie Brown". "Nuclear Brown". "Broon". These are just some of the myriad names afforded to Scottish & Newcastle's famous brew. And it is famous, not least because of the packaging. Look at a bottle of Brown Ale. The distinctive shape. The familiar, classic label with its...

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Excellent

“A truly unique taste...”

published 13/11/2001

ProUnique taste can be spotted a mile off, available ...

ConsGets you drunker than you think you are

There really is nothing else which tastes quite like 'Newky Brown' as it's known to virtually all drinkers of the ale. It's one of those legendary drinks, which, like Guinness, seems to be available from practically every outlet in Britain licensed to sell alcohol! In colour it looks like a...

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Product Information : Newcastle Brown Ale

Manufacturer's product description

Ale

Product Details

Type: Ale

Manufacturer: Newcastle Brown, Newcastle

EAN: 5035766580089; 5010118317841; 5035766580232

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