Left Hand Brewing Co. Deep Cover Brown Ale
Left Hand Brewing Co. has been busy celebrating their 20 years of brewing this entire year, coming out with new and old beer for their anniversary. Many people know Left Hand for their smooth and creamy Milk Stout Nitro, Sawtooth Ale and IPA. I recently visited the brewery searching for a good 20th anniversary brew. The bartender had plenty of suggestions for different beers I should try, but I went with their Deep Cover Brown Ale, a beer brewed just for their anniversary.
First Impression: I’m not a huge brown ale fan, so I was a little skeptical about this beer, however the bartender talked it up and it’s one of their older brews. I figured it was worth a try.
Pour: The beer pours with a dark amber color that you can slightly see through. The head is a cream color that dissipates slowly.
Taste: This is one of the smoothest brown ale’s that I have ever tried. The beer has a nutty, clean flavor to it with a little bit of sweetness. It’s a tasty fall beer. The hops are basically nonexistent. As an English style brown ale, the Deep Cover Brown Ale has a lot of flavor to it and I can see why it is one of their 20th anniversary beers.