RATINGS: 157   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.7/5   EST. CALORIES: 156   ABV: 5.2%
Amber Ales are mostly an American invention. And with its beautiful copper color and subtle hop aroma, our Redwood Flats Amber is our traditional take on a modern American classic. Featuring a unique blend of American hops and malts, Redwood Flats Amber is bold and assertive, with a strongly hoppy flavor that’s easy to drink and even easier to love.

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boozedude (2229) - Des Moines, Iowa, USA - NOV 6, 2012
Pours clear dark red with caramel sulfer aroma..small white head that lasts about 30 secs.. Taste is kinda hard to popint out, some malts, and a slight bitter finish, not bad

sloshgator (770) - Orlando, Florida, USA - NOV 5, 2012
Henry Weinhard’s Redwood Flats Amber ale is a pretty decent session beer. The pour was a nice quality with a deep reddish amber color. Nice mild hop aroma with a medium sweet taste - nicely balanced overall. Redwood Flats Amber is nothing outstanding, but serves up nicely with a meal.

tnkw01 (1857) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - NOV 3, 2012
Bottle. A beautiful copper color with a great head anad good lace. A subtle hop aroma. A unique blend of hops and malts flavor.

unclemike (3196) - Junction City Kansas, Kansas, USA - OCT 28, 2012
Clear rich bright amber red color. Nice lacy head. Toasted light floral hop front. Thick mild sweet caramel toffee fruit body. Light smoky toasted biscuit spice notes. Sweet mild hop end.

ChainGangGuy (4941) - Woodstock, Georgia, USA - OCT 27, 2012
12 ounce bottle - $1.49 at Total Wine & More in Kennesaw, Georgia.

"DEC1012" marked on the bottle neck.

Appearance: Pours a clear, light amber body with a medium-small, off-white head. A little spackling of lace on the glass walls on the way down.

Smell: Falls short on giving decent notes of caramel, toasted barley grains, hops, or anything, really. Bummer.

Taste: Washed down, watered up flavors of caramel over toasted grain. Very, very low fruitiness. The faintest touch of earthy, woodsy hops with barely any bitterness. Slight doughy accent prior to the hohum finish, but, then, metallic hints are waiting for you in the aftertaste.

Mouthfeel: Light-bodied. Medium-light carbonation. It’s heavily flirting with wateriness, this one (christ, it’s got Watery’s number and is ready for drunk dialing).

Overall: Private Reserve, a dreadful brew, should’ve remained a bit more private and kept from a general release. Redwood Flats Amber is no better by any means. This one drinks with all the excitement of a Killian’s Irish Red. The sad is is that I would rather have had a Killian’s.

ronaldtheriot (2020) - Laplace, Louisiana, USA - OCT 27, 2012
Henry Weinhard’s Redwook Flats Amber has a very thick, creamy, cream-colored head and a clear, bubbly, reddish appearance, with relatively thick lacing rings left behind on the glass. The aroma is faint, but one can pick up sweetness, malts and a little bread. Taste is a nice balance of medium-roasted malt, brown bread, and slightly floral hop bitterness, with an overall sweet presentation. Mouthfeel is light to medium, and Henry Weinhard’s Redwood Flats Amber finishes soft, semi-dry, refreshing, and highly drinkable. This is a very mild and pleasant beer. RJT

Patrickctenchi (6810) - Cox’s Knob, columbus, Indiana, USA - OCT 23, 2012
pours clear, wet copper with a short, light tan head... Scent is watery caramel malt...Taste is weak caramel, water with a slight bitterness. A little dishwater. Metallic, cheap...and I can’t stress this enough.....watery... NOT an enjoyable beer.

Onionkid (390) - Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA - OCT 20, 2012
Bottle. Aroma is malty and tinny. Taste is similar with a bit of caramel and hoppy. Decent but nothing special.

jmagnus87 (3302) - Rockford, Illinois, USA - OCT 17, 2012
12oz bottle poured into a shaker. Pours a dark amber/light orange with about 3 fingers of frothy off-white head. Aroma of pine and citrus with a hint of pear and some caramel. Taste is light bitter. Weak caramel with a bit of herbal hops. Light bodied with a somewhat thin texture. Lively carbonation and a decently long finish. Overall, not bad. I would drink it again but wouldn’t seek it out.

cheap (6205) - CHINA - OCT 13, 2012
Hey, I thought I had this before, guess not. From a bottle with a twist off cap. Looks clear and somewhat copper in color. Smell is waffing alarming malts. Thin creamy head. Yez, malt carries over to the flavor but it is not over the top. Tries to be assertive but then falls back behing the malts. Goes down fairly easy and never really gets in your face. Better than expected. Probably would appeal to many lager lovers. Well behaved with a gentlemans touch. Overall, not bad. Most likely one of the better ambers I’ve tasted. Nice sizzle on the palate. Pretty good but not as good as North Peak Siren Amber Ale, Olde Main Long Face, Atlanta Laughing Skull Amber Ale (2009 - present), or McKenzie Unicorn Amber Ale

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