English beers N-Z

Newcastle Brown Ale - Brewed in the oldest beer-making city in England, Newcastle Brown Ale is a mixture of two ales, a strong dark brew and a lighter blend. Incorporating pale ale and crystal malts, and brewed with English bittering hops, this ale is the city of Newcastle's main icon.

Samuel Smith's Imperial Stout - Originally brewed for great Champagne connoisseurs, Imperial Stout has a rich, flavorful taste.

Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale - This brown ale is a walnut-covered specialty, and is often used as a festivity beer, brewed in one of the oldest English brewing styles.

Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout - A classic stout from the Samuel Smith's Old Brewery, Oatmeal Stout is brewed with a style that recently underwent major changes in 1980. By brewing sweet roasted malts with choice hops, a very dark brown stout beer is produced with a smooth, creamy taste and slightly nutty finish.

Samuel Smith's Pure Brewed Lager Beer - Samuel Smith, most famous for their classic ales, offer what is known as "England's finest lager."

Samuel Smith's Taddy Porter - This classic English porter is brewed using a combination of caramel and roasted malts, bittering hops and other premium ingredients to produce a roasty oaty malt with a slightly fruity taste.

Watneys Cream Stout - This brew's engaging flavor offers an interesting mix of coffee, mocha and faint alcohol while creating a dynamic light-weight stout.

Whitbread Ale - This traditional ale has been brewing since 1742 and uses the highest grade of malted barley and choice English hops to produce one of England's finest pale ales.

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