Brown Ales are the Rodney Dangerfields of beer—they get no respect. Often perceived as an overstayed holdover of the ’90s “microbrewery” phenomenon, they evoke images of beer bellied bros in musty brewpubs with stale popcorn and loud TVs. But like many neglected styles, the brown ale is gaining newfound traction thanks to refinement and experimentation on the part of brewers, as well as rediscovery among eager drinkers. Here are 10 of our favorites. Read More
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