A dark lager with complex malt character that has notes of nuts, toffee, bread toast, and light cocoa. Originally called braunbier, this is the style that helped guide Bavaria toward lager brewing.
American Brown Ale
Inspired by British Brown Ales, this is a deep ruby to dark brown ale that features more assertive hopping and dark grain character than its ancestors. A classic example of how American brewers took styles from Europe, put them on steroids, and released them to our hop-loving public.