I know what you’re thinking, he’s lost it. It’s a brown ale. He’s really writing about a brown ale? Yes, I’m really writing about a brown ale. Why? Because it’s not an IPA, or a New England IPA, or a Non England IPA, or West Coast, East Coast, No Coast IPA, Session IPA, [enter whatever IPA I didn’t mention here]. Maybe it’s because I remember a time where a brown ale was one of the few beers we could call our own here in Knoxville – all 35 versions of it. Maybe because it’s simple, yet just different enough. A style that has the potential to show people that dark beers aren’t all that bad. Or maybe it’s because even with all the beer we have in Knoxville right now, I’m proud of this one too and think it deserves notice in this sea of choices.
Enough already, let’s get to it. This beer hails from Elkmont Exchange by way of McScrooge’s Wine and Spirits. What I love about this beer is that A) they come in a four-pack – I’m not over committed. B) the brown ale enters a territory o
Source: Knox Beer Snobs
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