Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale - Samuel Smith Old Brewery (Tadcaster)
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Ratings: 3,101 | Reviews: 1,381 | Display Reviews Only:
4.25/5 rDev +3.9%
Large 550ml bottle poured in a Samuel Smith pint glass. Exceptionally long lasting head with a lace that grips the glass throughout. Brown colored ale, exactly like the label. The toffee notes are the focal point. A little hint of caramel, perhaps a little hazelnut like Nutella. Very easy to drink, no one flavor overwhelms the palette. Light bodied with a gentle hop kick; not thick at all, which is remarkable. Surprisingly refreshing with a pleasant aftertaste. I'll definitely revisit.
08-21-2014 03:56:38 | More by ENogueira
4.5/5 rDev +10%
Light amber in color with two fingers of thick head that last throughout the glass. Really amazing lace! Carmel and toffee smell with hints if malts.
Roasted malts with just enough hoppy bitterness to balance the beer. Carmel and toffee give it a touch of sweetness as well.
I would say I really agree with the overall ratings this one has gotten from this site. Another delicious beer from Sam smith.
08-19-2014 00:25:10 | More by Gear54
4.25/5 rDev +3.9%
Usual Samuel Smith bottle size served in a pint glass at room temp.
Appearance: Removed the crown cap and the bottle popped with the carbonation release. Poured thick and rich with a solid 2 inch head that was light brown and made of fine bubbles. The head shrank down to a 1/4 inch and rode the glass to the bottom. Nice lace formed all along the way. The color is a medium brown and reddish hues. No haze and very clear. You can read the bottle label through the glass.
Nose: Caramel and toffee, no hop bitterness in the nose, malty with brown sugar notes
Taste: Very mild hop bitterness, just enough to take care of the malt that is in this wonderful brown ale. Layers of malt, toffee, caramel, slight English hop (Fuggle maybe), bready. Slight alcohol hit; not hot but definitely warming (surprising for this 5% ale). Mildly resinous hop finish.
Finish: Hoppy at first with a lingering malty roastiness. Still coats the mouth after 5 minutes between sips. This is a contemplative beer meant for enjoyment with friends and exciting food with lots of flavor and spice.
08-17-2014 23:40:46 | More by ClavisAurea
Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale from Samuel Smith Old Brewery (Tadcaster)
91 out of 100 based on 3,101 ratings.