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Inspired by the English Brown Ales and porters, American Brown ale is similarly malt-forward. But because it’s (typically) made with American ingredients (and for hop-loving American palates), American Brown Ales have a tendency to let the hops peek out a little more aggressively, sometimes with fresh or citrusy flavors cutting into that richer malty quality. Bitterness from the hops will also likely be higher in American versions, often backed up by notes of toasty chocolate and caramel from the malt. Not a lot of fruit or esters here, and it shouldn’t get as hoppy as an IPA, but it won’t be malty-sweet either. Alcohol ranges really vary pretty widely, so check your can/bottle.