Newcastle Brown Ale
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Review of "Newcastle Brown Ale"
At first I found it really strange that the barman would only ever pour out half a glass and then give me the glass and the bottle. It was only later that I actually read the label on the bottle where it informs you that to fully enjoy Newcastle Brown then this is how it should be served.A later addition to the label is the temperature sensitive blue star. Newcastle Brown is definitely better drank cold so at twelve degrees C the star starts to turn blue.
For a while I stopped drinking Newcastle Brown and even now when I go out I drink Fosters Lager (See my opinion), but for drinking at home it is now nearly always Newcastle Brown.Although you can taste the hops in the drink it is not a very bitter taste, but a smooth taste that is not too gassy. The taste of the malt lingers in the mouth and overall makes this a very refreshing drink.
I like to sit down after a meal and have a pint of Newcastle Brown to gently drink as the meal digests. This is normally followed by a short nap.Newcastle Brown is a drink that most people will have tried at some time and some people may never drink again. If you enjoy drinking a lot of beer then this is probably not the drink for you, but for the odd one or two pints then I really enjoy it.
If it is some time since you last tried Newcastle Brown then pick some up next time you in the supermarket, pop them in the fridge for a couple of hours and then enjoy a good pint. It is about £1.80 a bottle and worth every penny. If you have any visitors you will not find many people who will turn down a bottle of this golden nectar.
Product Information : Newcastle Brown Ale
Manufacturer's product descriptionAle
Manufacturer: Newcastle Brown, Newcastle
EAN: 5035766580089; 5010118317841; 5035766580232
Listed on Ciao since: 08/01/2010