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Style: Belgian Brown Ale
 
Style Information
The Belgian Brown Ale is typically a Brown Ale with Belgian yeast used in fermentation. As is typical of most Belgian yeasts, this usually lends a slightly more pronounced spice note or sometimes a fruity ester to the finished beer. Overall, the beer should have minimal hop notes and the malts should dominate both aroma and flavor. Spice notes should be apparent in both aroma and flavor.

Recommend glassware for this style
 
GlasswareDescription 
Goblet A goblet (or chalice) is a large, stemmed, bowl-shaped glass. The distinction between goblet and chalice is typically in the glass thickness. Goblets tend to be more delicate and thin, while the ... [more]
Mug Typically very heavy and sturdy. A mug (or stein) is most commonly made of glass or stoneware. Traditionally German, one advantage is clinking glasses together without worrying about breaking th... [more]
Pint Glass Pint glasses are what most people recognize as a typical beer glass. There are actually three different types of pint glasses - shaker pints, nonic pints and tulip pints.

The shaker ... [more]
Wine Glass Wine glasses come in many shapes that are styled specifically to certain varietals of wine. The shape of the glass is very important, as it concentrates flavors and aroma. Wine glasses can be div... [more]
Tulip A tulip glass not only helps trap the aroma, but also aids in maintaining large
heads, creating a visual and olfactory sensation. The body is bulbous, but the top
flares out to form... [more]

Top Consumed Belgian Brown Ale
 
 BeerConsumed
1. Vivant Brune by Brewery Vivant1
2. Scratch Beer #50 - 2011 by Troegs Brewing Company1
3. 406 Series Belgian Brown by Big Sky Brewing Company1

Top Reviews Belgian Brown Ale
 
 BeerAvg Score
1. Scratch Beer #50 - 2011 by Troegs Brewing Company60