Inspired by 18th century British brewing traditions, within which they brewed with 100% roasted malt, brown ales regained their popularity around 1920, and mainly consisted of pale malt along with a percentage of specialty malts. L’Écurieux, with its malty and toasted hazelnut flavours, is inspired by the traditions of north-eastern England, while its dark colour and somewhat sweet flavour pay tribute to southern versions. L’Écurieux will certainly quench your curiosity.

P.S. No nuts are used in brewing this beer.

Food pairings: BBQ, sausages, strong cheeses, roasts, smoked meats.