Newcastle - Cabbie Black Ale

04 April 2013

Here’s an interesting new brew coming to the U.S. from Newcastle called Cabbie.  This Black Ale will be packaged in 12oz bottles and come in at 4.2% ABV.  Cabbie uses dark malts and noble hops and it even promotes the Taxi Magic smartphone App on the backing label.

5 comments (click to read or post):

Anonymous,  22 October, 2013 20:35  

tried a cabbie and found it to be very good would buy it again anytime i am out of my homebrew(porters and scotch ales) usually drink newcastle during beer emergencies

Anonymous,  11 November, 2013 14:44  

My wife has bought this for me over the past month. It is quite delicious. I have been searching for the caloric content.

mybeerbuzz 11 November, 2013 14:58  

As far as I know they have not published nutritional facts on this beer.

Anonymous,  01 May, 2014 22:19  

bought on sale for $20.00 tonight-seems ok but coffee taste a little too dominant.

Bil Cord 02 May, 2014 06:47  

$20 for a 12oz bottle? That was on sale?

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