Wild Goose Nut Brown Ale

away from the edge
no need to go to extremes
simple nut brown ale

Written by Captain Hops.

References: I’ve been enjoying Wild Goose Nut Brown Ale recently. It’s brewed in Frederick, Maryland. There’s nothing extreme about it. It’s just good smooth drinking ale.
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Thing of the Day: Starter Home Brewery With Organic Nut Brown Ale Ingredients

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  1. […] References: This post is for the First Friday Beer Blogging Day a.k.a “The Session”. I was unable to find any milds for this assignment. I searched all the reliable beer sources in the area and came up with zilch. Apparently, marketers feel they simply can’t market “mild” to the “extreme” American customer. Although, I am still looking for that elusive mild, I have been drinking in the spirit of the mild ale. I’ve been stepping back from the high hop, high alcohol brews that are so popular today and relaxing with more laid back, but still quite tasty brews. […]

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