This brown ale pours a dark copper brown with an airy light tan head. The aroma is sweet with milky chocolate and a nice earthy quality. There was a little bit of a metallic hint to it as well. The flavor starts off with a caramelly sweetness with some biscuit malt then moves into an earthy nut character with an earthy bitter finish. The earthiness is very nice in this brown to balance out the sweetness of the malt and not be overpowered with bittering hops. It has a very smooth feel with a lighter body and medium carbonation. This is a very nice brown ale with a nice earthy character for something different and it is a nice easy weekend drinker!