Rogue Hazelnut Brown Nectar
Country: United States of America
Brewery: Rogue Ales, Newport, OR
Style: American Brown Ale
Format: 355ml Bottle
A nutty twist to a traditional European Brown Ale. Dark brown in colour with a hazelnut aroma, a rich nutty flavour and a smooth malty finish.
- 2012 World Beer Championships—Gold
- 2012 Australian International Beer Awards—Bronze
- 2012 Mondiale de la Biere—Gold
- 2011 Great American Beer Festival - Gold
- 2011 World Beer Championships - Silver
- 2010 BrewNZ - Silver
- 2010 GABF—Bronze
- 2010 Australian International Beer Awards—Gold
- 2010 World Beer Championships—Gold
- 2010 Great International Beer Festival
WHAT OTHER CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
You'll hazel-NUT when you have a sip of this
As soon as you have a sniff of this the hazelnut hits you.
As it slides on your tongue, hazelnut is what you taste.
If you love hazelnut, you will love this beer.
If you hate hazelnut, would not recommend.
Not as bold as I would have hoped
Bought this due to many good reviews around and got a 6 pack. It was decent, just not bold enough to be honest. I was hoping for something richer and a bit more complex, but as an in between between a stout and an ale, it was pretty good.
Last one for the evening is beer number 7. Rogue - Newport America, their Hazelnut Brown Nectar. Yes it’s obviously dark brown, roasted nuts and Hazelnut nose and palate, Malty, smooth overtones. Easily drinkable at 5.6%
Highly rated and a repeat purchase.
The hazelnut, which is clearly discernible, makes this beer unique and justifies repeat purchases. Excellent.
One of my favourite brown ales.
Pours dark brown with a light tan head. Smells of Hazelnut, malt and hop. Tasting the beer the first thing that strikes me is the hazelnut and malt. It finishes with a hop and malt taste with a good mouth feel. Wonderful.
Nice background hazelnut flavour. Great beer on a winters night.
great tasting beer - hazelnut comes through nicely.
Awesome awesome beer. The nuttiness really comes through on the nose and in the taste. Best rogue beer I've had so far. Don't have a bad word to say about it.
A strong, rich hazelnut taste. Quite a sweet beer, but not unpleasantly so. Definitely worth a try!
A remarkable beer whose hazelnut nuances become apparent from the first taste until the last sip.
This craft beer did not disappoint and is highly recommended to those beer drinkers who expect more than colours to differentiate their popular brands.