jbeatty (1267) - New York, USA - NOV 2, 2013
16 oz can, thanks to lumpsowers, 11/2/2013. Pours brown, deep copper, creamy off-white head rests on the surface, lacing bunched up around the glass. Aroma is earthy toasted malts, biscuit, caramel with citrus overtones, herbal grassy hops. Taste is caramel malts with moderate roast, piney bitterness. Medium body, smooth and drinkable. Decent, hoppy amber ale. Bricktop86 (1003) - Moore, Oklahoma, USA - AUG 28, 2013
Pours amber with a white head. Aroma is toffee, citrus and dirt. taste is toffee citrus and dirt. A little below average for the style RobertDale (7124) - Lansing, Kansas, USA - AUG 15, 2013
16 ounce can. Thanks Justin! Pours reddish brown with a decent biege head. Aroma of malt, grain, and citrus. Taste is malt, citrus, caramel, and pine. Good stuff. nearbeer (5750) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - AUG 3, 2013
On tap. Clear amber with a small ring of bubbles. Nose is toasted grain and pine resin. Flavors of earthy caramel, resiny wood and citrus. Medium body has low carbonation and a good balance. shigadeyo (3870) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - AUG 1, 2013
PhilJackson80 (531) - Oklahoma, USA - JUL 15, 2013
1/12/2011: Coop Ale Native Amber... Aroma: Toffee, slight butter; earthy hops. Appearance: Amber-colored; thin off-white head. Flavor: Toasted malts; hints of butter; honey maltiness. Palate: Medium body; calm mouthfeel. Overall: Not too bad, really.
16 fl. oz. can shared by alexsdad06. Thanks Brad! Rating #59 for this beer.
UPDATED: APR 20, 2014 16 oz Can. The beer pours to a deep copper/amber color with a very small white head. The aroma has notes of caramel, slight citrus hop & roasted barley. The taste has a medium/light body to it with a good malt balance on this finish. Overall a very good amber for me. jake65 (4034) - Meridian, Idaho, USA - JUN 2, 2013
Can - thanks soonerchamps. Pours a dull amber/caramel color with a small sandy head. Herbal aroma with malt, citrus, and rye. Not overly sweet or floral and I wouldn’t call it hoppy. Has an herbal feel to it, perhaps rye again. Earthy comes to mind. OKplus (788) - Oklahoma, USA - MAY 9, 2013
A - Pours a tawny brown with 1 finger of cream colored foam. Head is frothy and retains great. Sticky blots of 3d lacing left behind.
S - Toasted English malt, nutty biscuits, some citrus hops, earthy yeast.
T - Lots of flavors going on right off the top - Sweet malt, toasted biscuits surrounded by a blast of peppery citrus. Some peach tea and apricot hides underneath. Finishes plenty bitter and dry.
M - Firm medium body, mellow carbonation.
All the flavors come in at once and stay all the way through. An interesting blend of hops and malt for sure.
Serving type: can
05-24-2011 bottleforager (3211) - Gray, Maine, USA - MAY 1, 2013
Pours a rich copper color with a fluffy foam that rises about three fingers or so and laces beautifully. On the nose its fresh amber grain, earthy caramel and light citrus undertones. The palate follows suit with a round refreshing body thats grainy, triscuit crackers, toasted malt.. great citrus and a slight peach fruit note carry’s the mid palate into the finish with a refreshing bitterness. This shit is good ! 5000 (6900) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - APR 24, 2013
Can:   Amberish, hazy, thin off-white head, spotty lacing.   Husky malt like aroma, a bit grainy, but also some citrus peel/pith.   Soft grainy and citrusy start, light maltiness.   Seems to have a bit of a
candyish sweetness to it.   Finishes somewhat like a pale ale, a bit citrusy, minor hops.   The husky/grainy aspect is all gone.   Moderate body and mouthfeel.   Needs to be a bit maltier/heavier on the finish.
Otherwise, a little different and enjoyable.   More citrusy than most Ambers.   Thanks Bill!