Brown stout

a strong kind of porter or malt liquor.

See also: Brown

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
The abstract number, five, I am willing to admit; but, concretely, it has reference to bottles of Brown Stout, without which, in the way of condiment, Welsh rabbit is to be eschewed.
It is possible, however, that, but for the Brown Stout, I might have been a little nervous.
He has come across stunning beers, bottled joys such as Kernel's Imperial Brown Stout (9.2%) and Magic Rock's Bearded Lady (Imperial Brown Stout 10.5%) - even Timothy Taylor's Landlord (4.3%), an unexpected pleasure which he'd previously overlooked.
The Warstone Brewery made no less than seven different types of brew, ranging from the cheap and weak "small beer", beloved of institutions (at 50p a barrel), up to brown stout, which sold for more than pounds 3 a barrel.