I ran a search but couldn't find a thread, apologies if it's been made. I like a good brown ale every now and then to break the IPA/Stout/Sour monotony, and I've enjoyed every beer close to an English Special Bitter (or any of those similar "Bitter" styles) I've ever had, which has only been a few. The most recent I've had was Old Man by Tree House, but obviously that's not hanging out on NJ liquor store shelves. I genuinely enjoy that beer though. Same goes for their Brown Ale, Bear. I'm a Carton Brewing regular, and they throw a BDG at me every now and then, which I think is classified as a "table beer," but i feel like it's in the same general flavor range. Kane had a great bitter called Velvet Hand, but i think it's just a once a year release at this point. Ya know, I always see Samuel Smith Nut Brown Ale and... not much else. What should I be looking for? I had the Founders Barrel Brown Ale the other day and it was solid, but these keep escaping me. Are these styles just too unpopular nowadays? Am I S.O.L? Appreciate any suggestions. Help me broaden my beer horizons.