Beer: New Brunswick Brown Ale
Brewery: Harvest Moon Brewery
Style: Brown Ale
Serving Style: Bottle
Drinking Establishment: Harvest Moon Brewery, New Brunswick, NJ
Primary Consumer: Kerensa
Sight: Dull dark brown body with a dense, yet frothy head.
Smell: Pretty uninteresting, flat roasted malt aroma.
Flavor: Roasted malts, dominant walnut flavor, with a bit of a hop bite at the end.
Feel: Medium body with low carbonation.
Concluding Remark: The New Brunswick Brown Ale is a completely average Brown ale from Harvest Moon. There’s little complexity to this beer; rather, it tastes like its underdone, that it needed to sit for awhile longer in order to cultivate some flavor. If you’re in the New Brunswick area, indulge in their Double Simcoe IPA instead–which is where I sought refuge after finishing this pint.