John Harvard's Nut Brown Ale

Type: English Brown Ale
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Gold Medal 2002 Real Ale Festival
This type of ale is called nut brown because of the roasted, nutty flavor from dark malt. Our Nut Brown is deep amber and malty with mild hop character.

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