Who drinks Newcastle Brown Ale?
In export markets, it is seen as a trendy, premium import and is predominantly drunk by the young. It was one of the first beers to be distributed in a clear glass bottle and is most readily associated with this form of dispense in the UK.
What do Geordies call Newcastle Brown Ale?
I was 17 and on my first night out in my hometown, Newcastle upon Tyne, when I first tried the fabled Newcastle Brown Ale. To locals it’s known as “Broon” or “ah bottle ah dog” (pronounced “derg”)—lovingly named after the saying “I’m off to walk the dog,” which naturally meant “I’m off to the boozer,” instead.
Is Newcastle Brown Ale A bitter?
Exactly as you’d expect Newcastle Brown to taste – a light British bitter. It has a distinctive light cereal character described as whole grain, toffee and chocolate. A candy, banana fruitiness is also present. Newcastle Brown Ale was first brewed by Colonel James Porter in 1920.