RATINGS: 1221   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.32/5   IBU: 18   EST. CALORIES: 159   ABV: 5.3%
The name of this beer style comes from the German word “alt” meaning “old”. This refers to the aging that alts undergo since they ferment more slowly and at colder temperatures than most ales. Slow fermentation helps condition the flavors in Alaskan Amber, contributing to its overall balance and smoothness.

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xsketchyx (184) - Oregon, USA - MAR 11, 2004
Hazy apperance, caramel flavor but with a weird metallic finish that I didn't care for at all. Very boring.

jsquire (4492) - St. Marys, Ohio, USA - MAR 7, 2004
Pretty amber color out of the bottle with a small beige head and a slightly roasted malt nose. Some white sugar sweetness with apple juice notes. Faint hop notes keep it from being entirely one dimensional. Okay beer with food.

SETANTA (582) - Bangor, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 2, 2004
It took some warming up to get this beer to have much flavor (was served too cold). Caramel predominated, slight grainy-ness decent hops, solid head.

Eyedrinkale (3214) - Astoria, New York, USA - FEB 28, 2004
UPDATED: JAN 4, 2005 Amber color (duh) with a nice malty and candy aroma. Decent tan head that didn’t last too long though. Smooth, malty and bitter. Nicely done. Re-rated the head retention in a tulip glass and it did a bit better.

Justforkikx (2) - Corona, California, USA - FEB 26, 2004 does not count
Medium-dark amber ale. Slightly toasted aroma with woody undertones. Wonderful, slightly sweet first impresion that turns to a warm, complex taste that is reminisicent of Newcastle, only much better. Slight hop finish that integrates well with the flavor profile and leaves a very smooth, wonderfully pleasant finish. One of my favorite beers.

Braudog (6717) - Yorktown, Virginia, USA - FEB 17, 2004
Dark amber or rusty red with decent head, but it quickly subsided. Vague caramel tones on the nose; the flavor is similarly understated, caramel and lightly malted with a sweet finish. Disappointingly still.

Enniskillen (2055) - Bakersfield, California, USA - FEB 17, 2004
Quickly disspating head, deep copper color. Nice malt, very slight bitterness. Really nothing great, but it is fairly balanced and the carbination level is good, but the head went down so fast...

TChrome (1472) - North Richland Hills, Texas, USA - FEB 16, 2004
Decent appearing beer, pours nice copper color with a rapidly diminishing off white head. Aroma is interesting. Smells malty and kinda aged. Flavor is nothing to write home about. Light malt sweetness on the front end. The finish is nice and spicy with some serious astringency.

Lebeter (11) - West Seattle, Washington, USA - FEB 13, 2004
This is one of those beers you have to try if you are in the northwest. One of the better off the shelf beers available in the Northwest.

fly (1486) - austin, Tejas, Texas, USA - FEB 2, 2004
Ack! Count me out on this one. Maybe it's because I had managed to drink some very good beers and it just clashed with them, but seemed cloyingly sweet. I left the pint in a bar with friends and wandered to another and back and not only was the pint still there, but the people at the table had all taken sips and said not one of them cared for it. Bland plus sweet does not make a beer for me. Tried it again in airport and thought the same.

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