Recipe developed by Colonel J. Porter, aka “The Original Dogwalker”, in 1927 in Newcastle, England. In Newcastle, England, “Walking the Dog” is Geordie slang for hitting the pub for a Newcastle Brown Ale. It’s a bit of code to use when you’re looking to meet friends and enjoy a couple pints of Newcastle Brown Ale.
No actual dog required.
Newcastle Brown Ale
ABV: 4.7 Category: Imports Food Pairing: Tuna, Fishes. Brewery: Newcastle Seasonal Availability: Year Round Beverage Type: English Brown Ale
Newcastle Brown Ale was first brewed in 1927 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England Newcastle is the quintessential rich, English brown ale. It is is sweet, malty, somewhat nutty, yet refreshing.
Newcastle Variety Pack
Includes: British Pale Ale, Brown Ale, and British Session IPA