Mornington Peninsula Brown Ale - Mornington Peninsula Brewery
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Ratings: 12 | Reviews: 8 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by dgilks:
3.49/5 rDev -5.9%
Clear dark brown colour with a smooth tan head. Good head retention.
Slightly alcoholic nose. A touch nutty. Some roasted notes. Good.
Toasted and nutty with a light black malt flavour. Some fruit. Quite simple.
Medium body with moderate carbonation. Good.
A really solid brown ale. Nothing amazing but it ticks all the boxes.
04-08-2014 08:45:11 | More by dgilks
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3.55/5 rDev -4.3%
Pours dark brown with ruby highlights and a small head.
Nose shows chocolate and nutty malt. Big hazelnut praline character. A bit faint though.
More chocolate and nutty malt as flavours, also a hint of coffee. Could use some crystal to add some caramel notes.
07-15-2011 11:57:21 | More by CrazyDavros
3.55/5 rDev -4.3%
On tap at the Brewery.
A: Served a deep Mahogany color with a nice tan head that fades slowly to some lacing.
S: Aroma of roasted malt, some caramel and dark fruit.
T: Taste of roasted malt, some caramel sweetness with dark fruit and a hint of chocolate in the background. Nice bitterness and the finish is quite dry.
F: Medium body, smooth and creamy texture. Nicely balanced.
O: Enjoyable beer that goes down quite easy.
06-11-2013 00:42:54 | More by soju6
3.98/5 rDev +7.3%
Tried on tap at the brewery.
Pours a murky soil colour, cola-esque really with orange tinge. Head is beige, sunk to a thin cloud with some unimpressive lacing. Decent colour, not all that great overall.
Smells decent with a very chocolatey aroma. Lots of cocoa butter on there with slight vanilla and a touch of glacé cherry. Brown sugar as well, and a mild dark fruit adding both sweet and tart at the back. Excellent brown ale smell, all the right sweetnesses and darker notes.
Taste is quite pleasant. Darkish caramel on the front is rich and fairly sweet. Develops darker chocolatey notes towards the mid with cocoa and some brown sugar. Finish is dark, sweet and slightly tart with raisins and a hint of black pepper on there.
Bit thin on the front and finish is really rather dry; a bit too much.
Still, a nice darker brown ale, good blend of sweet, roasty, tart, spicy, for an anjoyable drop overall.
03-25-2011 04:58:44 | More by laituegonflable
3.95/5 rDev +6.5%
330ml bottle poured into pint glass 6/4/14
A hazed reddish brown, almost maroon when held to the light, thumbs width of beige foam has decent retention and leaves lots of unorganized lace
S lots of brown sugar, faint milk chocolate, nutty, some leafy hops, over ripe plum, and lots of hard toffee
T tastes much like the nose but a little stronger, bruised apple, and a little dark bread crust, not bad at all
M medium bodied, creams up well, leaves a little behind on the palate, bread and brown sugar linger
O tasty brown ale with no real weaknesses, super easy to drink with lots going on in something I could session
I picked this one up at the brewpub along with most of their available line up. Everything I've tried from these guys so far has been solid and I hope that trend continues
04-06-2014 01:23:44 | More by wordemupg
4.08/5 rDev +10%
Birthday present from Slowbeer from the lovely @epiclurk.
Pours a fine, deep brown colour, with a firm and pretty persistent head of light ochre. Patchy speckled lacing forms as the beer goes down. Body looks a little thin, but suitable enough—the carbonation is rather loose, however.
Nose is light with touches of roasted malts and sweeter dried fruit notes. Above this is a surprisingly crisp fragrance, almost like a clean hoppiness giving some lift and buoyancy to the nose. Almost a touch of preserved lemon or pawpaw. Very pleasant.
Taste is very light and mild, but with some lovely toasty characters on the back, giving a hazelnut smoothness and a lightly cleansing dark bitterness. Quite a smooth mouthfeel despite the relative lightness of the body—the carbonation is very subdued on the palate.
Very easy-drinking brown ale, with enough characters to tickle the palate, but a smoothness that makes you want to gobble it down. MP seem to have the uncanny knack of making flavoursome beers that are rippingly easy to drink. Great work.
08-31-2011 06:55:09 | More by lacqueredmouse
3.48/5 rDev -6.2%
Pours a deep mahogany hue with nice carbonation that leaves behind a two finger creamy head and a rim of lacing,the smell is raisins,roasted nuts,chocolate ane ripe berries,the mouthfeel is light bodied and has tastes of raisins,dark bittersweet chocolate,roasted peanuts and finished with a ripe dark berry fruitiness and overall i was expecting more but its easy enough to drink cheers.
07-15-2011 12:25:40 | More by ADZA
3.18/5 rDev -14.3%
Pours a deep dark red colour, with a short-lived one finger head.
Aromas of licorice / star anaise from the Randle
Taste is licorice, but also of watered-down sugar. No real bitterness.
Mouthfeel is sweetish, light, sparkly.
Overall, not a bad drop but the Taphouse need to say which beers go the the Randle, and also what on earth they put in it!!! They could, in theory, put peppermint in it, and we'd all be in for a 'surprise'.
07-08-2011 06:54:18 | More by heygeebee
Mornington Peninsula Brown Ale from Mornington Peninsula Brewery
84 out of 100 based on 12 ratings.