I have had Samual Smith’s Nut Brown Ale, 5% ABV many times. I’ve even had it in London, England. It hales from Tadcaster, York, England. This beer isn’t that expensive for an imported beer either. It’s usually under five dollars. I purchased this ale from my local grocery store. This nut brown ale pours brown color with a light beige three-finger head of cream. The aroma is nut and malty, with a bit of caramel sweetness. The flavor is creamy, nutty, sweet with malty flavors. The mouthfeel is medium. This ale then finishes smooth creamy with a nice caramel nuttiness. The aftertaste is creamy sweat with a malt flavor. Every time I have this, I am pleased to be drinking it. The beer flavor is well-balanced and smooth. I say Samual Smith’s Nut Brown Ale is an A+. I highly recommend Samual Smith’s Nut Brown Ale. If you haven’t had this beer or any of Samuel Smith’s beers, then you are missing out! I could have three pints of this or more without getting tired of the flavors. It is a prime example of an English Brown Ale. Please be kind, stay safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!