Brown ales are a style near and dear to our hearts, but one whose popularity has been waning in recent decades. In this episode we are joined by homebrewer, Jim Sudduth, whose English Brown Ale won the 2019 Barley’s Homebrewing Competition, for a in depth look at this underappreciated style. Join us for a voyage that starts in Britain and crosses the Atlantic to North America where we sample both locally brewed brown ales and Jim’s award-winning homebrew. This is also a reminder that after a 3 year hiatus due to Covid-19, the Barley’s Homebrew Competition returns in 2022. Jim’s beer will be making it’s public debut at the Beers with the Brewers event at Barley’s (Brewcadia) on June 5, 2022
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- Samuel Smith’s Nut Brown Ale
- Newcastle Brown Ale
- Stone Fort Oat Brown Ale (Seventh Son)
- Jim’s English Brown Ale (available at Barley’s June 5, 2022)
- Chomolungma (Jackie O’s)
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