grundsow (135) - Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 9, 2015
What a big frothy head you have, my dear... Bitter and flavorful, a good solid beer. Despite a not-so-exciting style, I really enjoyed this! CptAmerica (29) - USA - MAR 7, 2011
Transparent Brown in color with a tan head. There are few different flavors to appeal to the tongue. It has kind of a hoppy flavor then carmelized barley, then a kind of citrus blend. Very good beer. tke_544 (2) - delmar, Maryland, USA - MAR 2, 2012 does not count
A nice blend of a red ale and a blonde ale. Leaves a nice "hoppy" finish. Great local brew if you live on the Eastern Shore! Heathen (1500) - Wilmington, Delaware, USA - NOV 15, 2009
THOUGHTS: Really nice. What an amber ale should be. Almost like a nitro beer. A little metallic in the finish, but really nice. One of the best ambers I’ve had. Fairly British too. Bonus point for the awesome aluminum bottle.
TECHNICAL: Bottle. Poured a clear, dark brown amber that was bright glowing amber in the light with an average, light tan head that kept a chick sheet and left good lacing. The aroma was moderate to heavy nutty and caramel malt, lighter roasted and toasted malt; floral and herbal hops, leman slight cherry and tea. The initial flavor was sweet, lightly bitter and slightly acidic; while the finish was acidic, light to moderately bitter and lightly sweet with an average duration. There was caramel, nutty and roasted malts, lemony citrus, toasted malt, fruity, slight cherry, burnt malt, floral and metallic hops, tea and slight smoke. The medium body was fairly oily and then a little dry, but also a little sticky on the lips with lightly fizzy carbonation that was actually fairly soft with a lightly metallic, almost soapy finish. Dacrza (996) - Great Meadows, New Jersey, USA - AUG 18, 2012
glassware: Yuengling pint...occasion: preparing for the Shore...appearance: burnt orange/brown body that has an encouraging, thick off-white head that laces well-- pleasure to look at...aroma: light floral hops and some bready, roasted malts make for an intriguing balance of scents...palate: medium-bodied, soft and creamy delivery, with a brief finish--easy-drinking! taste: lightly bitter, almost as an afterthought, with much more stress on the toffee-like sweetness--refreshng!...overall: Shan’s Uncle Mark sent this to me particularly please by its sneaky-quick 6.1% ABV; he’s more of a pilsner drinker, so I can see why this caught his fancy; I may have to seek out more 16 Mile brews when heading to Baltimore.
SBor02 (67) - Delaware, USA - MAR 28, 2011
Pours a deep brilliant amber with tan head. Sweet malt aromas dominate, of which caramel is the most prominent. This ale is lightly sweet with a touch of the caramel and a very mild bite from the hops that fades fast. The carbonation is lively, mouthfeel thin and smooth. A good ale. PlainsDrifter (96) - Adelphi, Maryland, USA - MAY 10, 2016
Aromas of hay and grass, barnyard. Slightly sweet, light bitter middle and smooth finish. I liked the malts in this one. freekyp (2337) - Thomasville, North Carolina, USA - JAN 3, 2011
Pours a deep reddish brown body. Crystal clear with a frothy off-white head. Aroma shows,a strong toffee component with some black cherries. Malty and sweet and very softly carbonated, Amber Sun finishes with a slight rise in bittering hops. mike67 (1213) - , New Jersey, USA - DEC 12, 2012
12 oz bottle. Pours dark amber with an off-white, fluffy head. Aroma is of caramel malt, ripe fruit and herbal hops. Body is medium and crisp. Taste is caramel malt, bread crust, herbal and earthy hops, ripe fruit. Finish is long and hoppy. Very nice session brew. ClassicalPipe (5) - Vineland, New Jersey, USA - JUL 10, 2013 does not count
Very nice dark English style ale. Will buy Again!
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