We swung by Aroma Thyme Bistro in Ellenville, NY to taste Avery's Ellie's Brown Ale on tap. The beer poured a quarter inch, light tan head with a dark red, brownish color. The nose gives off a strong, yet pleasant malt smell. The first sip is sweet and malty. The malt continues into the middle along with a creamy mouthfeel that reminds me slightly of a Guinness or Boddington's draft. The finish is a nice, slightly dry and long. This is a beer that all brown ale fans should try.