I pulled a sample of my English Brown Toast off the primary fermenter after 7 days. It is a bit on the light side of the Southern English Brown SRM scale (approximately a 20 based on my brewtoad calcs) but the flavor is outstanding. I used Maris Otter as the base grain, with some Caramel 90L and some toasted Carabrown specialty grain.
I simply put the carabrown on a sheet, and toasted it under the broiler for about 15-20 minutes. It darkened up a fair bit, and had some really nice toasty aroma/flavor to it. I used Crystal and Fuggle hops throughout.
I don't normally brew English beers, but wanted to take a stab at a different style. Also, my current bottle options are on the big side, with English Barleywine, Wee Heavy, and my Dark Strong Belgian. I was in need of a lighter beer for these hotter temps.