Nut Brown Mild 3.9%

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Nut Brown Mild 3.9%

“Luxuriously smooth, dark and subtly sweet with a beautifully balanced hop aroma.”

Brewed to pay homage to traditional British milds, Nut Brown Mild is luxuriously smooth, delightfully dark and subtly sweet. Maris Otter, Crystal & Chocolate malts combine to create a complex, chocolatey body. Fuggles hops add a touch of sweetness that will tantalise your tastebuds, sip after sip.

Traditional mild ales date back to the 17th century, when they were known as young ales i.e. freshly brewed. Nut Brown Mild is a great example of how we revive traditional British ale styles for modern palettes.

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3.9% vol

Collection Details

  • We recommend that you collect your beer as close to the drinking date as you can (1 – 2 days ideally – or same day if ready racked) to ensure best quality at the time of drinking.
  • Orders can be collected from 12 hours after placement (please note we are closed on Sunday).
  • Please collect your beer within normal shop opening hours (link to opening times).

Firkin Equipment Loan (Card details held until return of firkin)

  • Barrel
  • Tap
  • Cradle
  • Rubber Mallet
  • Jacket

For Settling and Tapping information please click here

What type do I need?

Can I settle the beer for 12 hours before serving? If yes, then order cask conditioned beer. If not then order ready racked.

Note: This item is for collection only.

Recipe Information

Style: Classic dark mild
Description: Dark amber, gently hopped, subtly sweet, complex
Alcohol by Volume: 3.9%
European Bitterness Units: 18
Colour: Dark Amber
Hops: Fuggles
Malt: Maris Otter, Crystal, Chocolate

Serving Suggestions

Temperature 12 C
Glassware: Pint handle or conical
Food Matching: Stews, sausages, pork pie, red meats and cheeses

Allergy advice

Contains barley, wheat (gluten), milk (lactose)


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  • Silver medal winner – CAMRA Reading beer festival, 2009
  • Gold  medal winner – Reading beer and cider festival, Mild category local beer of the festival award, 2007