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Old ale is a term commonly applied to dark, malty beers in England, generally above 5% abv, also to dark ales of any strength in Australia. Old Ales, also referred to in the past as "Stock" Ales, are low attenuated beers with high levels of dextrins, creating a full malt body with plenty of character. The color ranges from Rich dark amber to to a very dark brown; near black.
The aroma of ale is mild and controlled. Taste is smooth with bitterness levels varying from common fruity, vinous, intense malts and sharp alcohol characteristics, include acidic notes, raisins and black currants. The Stronger versions may have similarities to a port wine.