American and English Brown Ale

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The English Brown Ale--sometimes broken up into two distinct varieties, Northern and Southern (although the latter is often synonymous with the mild)--has been refining itself into its modern dark-amber to dark-brown-coloured self for centuries. The Northern English brown ale spotlights nutty and caramel malt flavours and has low levels of bitterness. The younger American Brown Ale version, quite predictably, turns up the volume in almost every aspect; it has more malt, more hops, and overall, just more more more. While delicious in its own right, the brown ale has much overlap with brown porters and English milds.