Trev (2023) - Lakeville, Minnesota, USA - MAY 14, 2010
amber pour with a thick tan head.
aroma is very sweet, caramely and somewhat fruity.
Flavour has a nice depth to the malt character. Medium sweetness and balancing ThaddeusBraun (19) - North Carolina, USA - MAY 12, 2010
This is a very good but basic amber ale. not nearly enough hops or malts for me. it is very clean and simple with roasted malts and subtle hops. SSKD814 (854) - Pennsylvania, USA - APR 21, 2010
A- Translucent caramel colored body that pours with massive frothy off-white head. The head takes awhile to tame and settles as a thick collar. Lots of lacing is left behind in the glass.
S- not much to pick up on here. Definitely has a sweet caramel malt nose with floral hops in the background.
T- Initial taste is bland with almost nothing going on. It takes a second for a slight floral hop bitterness to come through with a light caramel malt backing. Finish is a balance of caramel malt and floral hop. Sweet caramel malt lingers with little resounding hop bitterness.
P- Medium to high carbonation up front and medium weight body. Carbonation seems to disappear quickly exposing a smooth and creamy body that is easily to swallow. A little bit thin overall.
O- My last beer to review from my Avery variety pack. This certainly was not the best offering but its still decent overall. Its easy to drink and pretty good but a little bit on the boring side. I’d drink this again but it probably won’t be my first choice.
Serving type: bottle
Reviewed on: 08-27-2007 16:39:23 Niko100 (2889) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - APR 10, 2010
Dark amber/cider color; Medium slightly creamy body; Aroma of hops, & caramel malts; Flavor of slight roasted malt, hops, caramel, and some citrus; Finish is slightly bitter; Nicely balanced; A solid amber ale. BVery (10312) - Plymouth, Minnesota, USA - APR 10, 2010
Bottle. Semi-hazy mahogany pour. Foamy head. Aroma of pine hop and caramel malt. Medium mouthfeel. Taste is malty, Caramel, and malty. Good beer.
zdk (1917) - New York, New York, USA - APR 7, 2010
bottle: a good amber ale. pours nice red. nutty, pine and bready. Sweet caramel base with a nice hop profile. Good representative for the style, though not particularly memorable. beerdad (397) - Kansas, USA - MAR 14, 2010
bottled. pours mahagany with minimal tan head. smells of floral hops, herbs and evergreen. Hops are noteworthy on the tongue along with a bitter evergreen. it is medium bodied and bitter. It finishes with the feel of citrus rind and tin. It’s just OK Skeegle (566) - Maryland, USA - MAR 8, 2010
UPDATED: APR 15, 2010 Nice and clean beer. Medium bodied with a crisp palate. Pretty hoppy stuff along the grapefruit vein. Not filling like a lot of ambers can be, and this one has a low "beer" profile to it and more of a real ale quality, if that makes sense. If not, shouldn’t you be doing spreadsheets instead of reviewing beers at work? Damnit, I can’t wait to punch out cause I am fucked up.. ljay6880 (475) - , Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 25, 2010
12 oz bottle served in a tulip. Pour is ruddy amber with a half inch of off-white foam sitting on the top. Nose is malt, cellar, and caramel, but there are also hops that offset the brew from coming off too sweet. Taste is right on par with the nose, and is spot on to that discretionary line between bitter and sweet. The finish is dry with just enough bitter to be pleasant. I am also detecting some variety of spice in the finish, somewhat like ginger, but I can’t put my finger on it. This is a very solid offering from Avery, and one that I would definitely enjoy seconds off! Travmc007 (29) - Arkansas, USA - FEB 23, 2010
Has a malty aroma. A cloudy red/amber color. Has a light malty, somewhat bitter taste. Its pretty good. I have yet to be disappointed in a beer from Colorado. But yeah, I like it.