Brewed by FEMSA - Cuauhtémoc-Moctezuma (Heineken)
Style: Amber Lager/Vienna
Monterrey/Orizaba, Mexico


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RATINGS: 1751   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.45/5   EST. CALORIES: 141   ABV: 4.7%
Dos Equis Amber is a rich, full-bodied Mexican import with a reddish-gold color and is made from the finest ingredients, representing the brand’s traditional Mexican heritage. The history of Dos Equis Amber is traced to the development of the popular Oktoberfest-style of Vienna lager originally created during the mid-19th century.

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Drjohnrock (805) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - JAN 15, 2017
Draft at Christine’s on Harrison Avenue on December 23, 2016. Medium dark amber color, sweet aroma with some grainy character, creamy texture, sweet flavor with astringent finish. Not great but one of the better mass produced Mexican beers.

SamTheBarrel (804) - Vallentuna, SWEDEN - JAN 14, 2017
Brown bottle poured into a lager glass, Appearance is clear amber with a small foam head. Aroma of caramel and metallic notes. Flavours of caramel and corn flakes. Taste is heavy sweet and light bitter. Palate is light bodied, watery texture and average carbonation. Overall poor, tastes like it is brewed with only artificial ingredients and was tried to compensate with a lot of sweetness.

Rex_Remes (214) - Bonyhad, HUNGARY - JAN 9, 2017
UPDATED: JAN 10, 2017 (12oz bottle) AROMA: light lager nose, touch of malt and sweetness, soy sauce. APPEARANCE: decent medium Amber/brown, white head, some lacing followed by minimal residual. TASTE: watery malt, some sweet n sour, bland fruit, grape skins. PALATE: slightly acidic/cleansing, watery texture with fizz. OVERALL: mediocre. Focus seems to be on sweet mash with not much hope coming through. Passable beer with relatively light body and complexity. I think overpriced for what you get.

Brettsky06 (445) - Manitoba, CANADA - JAN 7, 2017
Light amber color. Little bit of caramel and malt flavour but nothing exciting

anders37 (26641) - Malmö, SWEDEN - JAN 1, 2017
Bottle. Pours a clear amber color with a small off-white head. Has a fruity malty grainy caramel aroma. Fruity malty grainy caramel flavor. Has a fruity malty caramel finish.

Sarlacc83 (2287) - Portland, Oregon, USA - DEC 25, 2016
UPDATED: DEC 26, 2016 Bottle. A: Dark semi-clear red. Creme color head. N: Toffee, sulfur, minerals, earth. Light hopping with a hint of peppercorn. T: Lightly sweet and lightly bitter. M: Light body, Seltzer carbonation, no alcohol. O: Light and boring. Clean at least.

ZacM612 (718) - San Antonio, Texas, USA - DEC 22, 2016
Draft at Blue Goose. Dark amber with a little bit of lacing head. Malty, medium body, smooth. One of the first I ever had. Just getting around to rating.

Leini (2056) - SWEDEN - DEC 22, 2016
330ml bottle. Clear amber body with a medium white head. Syrup, corn, sugars. Quite bad frankly, and containing all kinds of nasty unneccesary ingredients.

darren1775 (8) - - DEC 11, 2016 does not count
Hands down my favorite Mexican Beer that I can often find and a very underrated draft overall. Solid amber but easily distinguishable because of the Mexican bite to it which I cannot compare to any American or English amber which I am aware of. Goes great with tequila and unthinkable as this will be to the sophisticates, I think a squeeze of lime goes great in this beer.

Turtles (2656) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - DEC 2, 2016
355ml bottle from Systembolaget. Clear amber, small white head that disappears quickly, leaving some lacing. Sweet sugary aroma, syrup and caramel. Light-bodied, mild carbonated, sweet and harsh mouthfeel. Malty and sweet bread taste syrup, caramel and sugar.

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