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RATINGS: 793   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.31/5   IBU: 31   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
The best selling Amber in the Northwest. It’s a great tasting malty sweet beer that has rich amber hue, a full body, and a spicy floral hop finish. This American style amber ale is brewed with: 2-row Pale, Crystal and Chocolate malts and is hopped with Mt. Hood and Cascade hops

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3.5
andrewje41 (4081) - Kenmore, Washington, USA - MAY 7, 2015
12 oz bottle poured. Narrowly missed the enjoy by date, but jokes on you, I’m still enjoying it. If I stumble across a "damn that’s fresh" bottle, then I will adjust the material accordingly. I don’t see a whole lot of change though, so let’s go with it. Pours a dark copper with a short fizz head. Sweet, watery malt aroma and flavor, and a little on the nutty side. Drinks easy, and quite refreshing. Tasty. For the price, it’s fantastic. Gotta love the buck a bottle for good beer.

3.8
rjplumer (1128) - Foxboro, Massachusetts, USA - MAY 5, 2015
Aroma has a roasted nutty character with a hint of caramel. Body is dark but clear amber The roasted nut carries threw to the taste with more of the sweet caramel present. Light on the bitterness. Smooth and clean on the finish.

4.5
ordybill (1815) - Douglasville, Georgia, USA - APR 25, 2015
Poured from a 12 OZ bottle into a pint glass. Aroma- Has a nice malt and caramel flavor with a hint of bread. Appearance- Pours a bright amber color with a small off-white head. Taste- Has a lightly sweet malt flavor with a bit of hops tossed in Palate- A medium bodied beer with moderate carbonation Overall- A very good beer, I would definitely drink this again and i highly recommend it

2.9
N3lson1 (1005) - Long Valley, New Jersey, USA - APR 16, 2015
Purchased from Bourbon Street Liquors, Drank from a twelve ounce bottle. Aromas of malts. Tastes of malts. A good amber, does nothing special but a good solid brew!

3
kerenmk (4860) - Tel Aviv, ISRAEL - MAR 14, 2015
Bottle, bbotmc. dark amber. Sweet candy and caramel and fruit cake in the nose, highly alcoholic, sweet taste. somewhat of an oily texture, full body and a little alcoholic and warm finish.

2.8
AdamChandler (5113) - Enfield, New Hampshire, USA - MAR 11, 2015
Looks like am amber ale. dark reddish brown. almost no head. Aroma is bitter, caramel, candies, some floral notes. Not a bad mouthfeel. taste is also just okay. but bland finish and a little too sweet.

3.1
Jamesthebrit (421) - Atlanta, Georgia, USA - FEB 21, 2015
Aroma is mmmm citrusy. Soapy. Appearance is a very brown amber with little head. Taste is hoppier than other ambers. A subtle like grapefruit note. Palate is medium body. Overall this is like... Too much. It’s not really malty enough to be an amber. This is closer to a pale but it’s too wet and muddled. A solid beer tho.

3
vyvvy (6559) - St. Louis, Missouri, USA - FEB 9, 2015
On tap at the brewpub - Pours more gold than amber with an off-white head. The aroma has roasty nutty malt. It has a medium body with a moderate amount of carbonation. The flavor begins with dry amber ale toasty malt, earthiness and a bit of a dirty taste. The finish is much of the same. This one didn’t do much for me.

2.8
SoberDave (182) - Escondido, California, USA - FEB 7, 2015
Nice floral hops aroma. Somewhat generic malt flavour with a little nibble on the palate but a slightly unpleasant palate effect.

2.7
berkshirejohn (6585) - Bracknell, Berkshire, ENGLAND - FEB 3, 2015
12oz bottle from Wegmans, West Seneca, NY. A golden amber pour with a scattering of cream head; caramel malt aroma; sweet earthy caramel malt taste; and thats it. A rather basic amber ale.


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