Newcastle Brown Ale
Heineken

Newcastle Brown Ale

North Holland, Netherlands
4.7% ABV • IBU 15 • SRM 19

Newcastle Brown Ale is auburn in color with a rich full-bodied flavor and a slightly sweet finish. The recipe was developed by Colonel J. Porter, aka "The Original Dogwalker", in 1927 in Newcastle, England. In Newcastle, England, “Walking the Dog” is Geordie slang for hitting the pub for a Newcastle Brown Ale. It’s a bit of code to use when you’re looking to meet friends and enjoy a couple pints of Newcastle Brown Ale. 

No actual dog required. 

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