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Brewed By: Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company

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Number of Ratings: 2168

Style: American Pecan Brown Ale

Brewed In: 7030 Roscoe-Turner Rd, Kiln, MS 39556, USA

ABV: 4.5%

IBU: 20


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ACDamon profile pictureACDamon - June 13, 2013
Great brown ale found down in Norcross GA
brettcassel profile picturebrettcassel - May 27, 2013
Great brown ale. Nice sweetness. Very drinkable.
kkazlowski profile picturekkazlowski - May 27, 2013
Smooth and sweet, but not overwhelmingly so. Medium body and not heavy.
kelseyjo420 profile picturekelseyjo420 - May 25, 2013
Yummy like pie but better cuz its beer!
john.d.copeland@gmail.com profile picturejohn.d.copeland@gmail.com - May 15, 2013
Brown ale brewed with roasted pecans in Kiln, MS by Lazy Magnolia. Reminds me of other nut brown ales. Nice aroma. Not overly alcoholic. Good mouthfeel and aftertaste. Very drinkable.
J.J. profile pictureJ.J. - May 9, 2013
Really good not brown. Not very sweet. Carbonated; has bite. Not flat like others
byrnestj@yahoo.com profile picturebyrnestj@yahoo.com - April 27, 2013
Smooth tasty beer. Light with flavor
daneyf88 profile picturedaneyf88 - April 19, 2013
Had at Metro Car Wash. Boring beer.
Nathaniel profile pictureNathaniel - April 9, 2013
One of the first beers I had and hated it. Long before I understood certain flavors. Not to say this beer is extremely complex, I just didn't understand it previous. Smooth, mellow, nutty flavors. Thin, watery mouthfeel lessens my enthusiasm for this brew. Pleasant and original flavors going on here however. Vanishing finish, hardly any nose. This beer could use a thickening. But then perhaps it wouldn't make such a nice, southern, back porch beer.
tenthandjordan profile picturetenthandjordan - April 2, 2013
sweet not very sweet but a sweeter brown ale I like it on tap at bayou burger
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