RATINGS: 446   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.27/5   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
A full-flavored amber ale made with roasted caramel malt. Richly colored and medium-bodied, Alleycat is an assertive blend of malts with a sprightly cascade of hops.

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NYHarvey (2153) - New York, New York, USA - AUG 18, 2005
Hops and malt and scant else int he aroma. Dark tea colored with a frothy white head. Water and mild hop flavor. A very vague and unpronounced malt flavor as well. It doesn’t taste bad it is just very one dimensional but not really in a pleasing way.

GeneralGao (3614) - Iowa City, Iowa, USA - AUG 1, 2005
UPDATED: AUG 4, 2007 Draught. Copper color with thin head. Not much aroma; hint of caramel and hops. Flavorful with hints of brown sugar, caramel, and hops. Slight hop bitterness. Very tasty.

walter (359) - Staunton, Virginia, USA - JUL 30, 2005
Bottle. Nice deep amber color, very clear with slight bubbly head. Wonderful subtle floral hops (a Cascade finish I presume from the commercial description) on the nose wafting on top of a solid malt sweetness. Medium to medium-light body, very smooth. Mostly a rounded light malt sweetness, toffeelike, with a slight hop bitterness toward the end, much like tea’s tannin. A wonderfully balanced, well rounded beer, and quite refreshing in a way that Ambers sometimes are not-- no tacky alcohol sweet aftertaste. I liked this a lot.

5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - JUL 26, 2005
Bottle: Translucent amber, moderate to large sand colored head, foamy with nice lacing, very little carbonation.   Very subtle toasted malt character.   Malty start, semi-sweet, with a low hop profile.   Moderate body and mouthfeel.   Clean finish, very minor malts linger.   Average Amber, decent, on the sweeter side with very little hop presense.

Hooker (468) - Coquitlam, British Columbia, CANADA - JUL 4, 2005
Clear amber colour with thin off white head. Mild malt nose. Mild sweet malt taste with mild malt finish.

SDalkoholic (2434) - Linda Vista, California, USA - JUL 1, 2005
bottled on December 2003. Had an okay aroma of hops but overall it was very faint. Looked a golden color with lot of haze throughout the glass. Small fizzy head that broke up completely. What a nasty ass flavor beer and thats maybe becuase its so old. The only things i do taste are a flat toffee and caramel malt. I hated this beer but its my own fault for buying the bottle without checking the date. At least lost coast labels the date.

dwyerpg (6454) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - JUN 24, 2005
Looks brown when poured, but is in fact red-amber. Smells of hop and fruit (i’m getting pears for some reason). Flavoring is light, yet lifting. Hops burst through in the aftertaste. Much better than I expected and great for its style.

thegreenrooster (4588) - St.louis, Missouri, USA - JUN 23, 2005
Pour is a dark red with a small white head. Aroma is malt aroma and some oily hops. Flavor is a malty caramel with a touch of hops for a nice mouthfeel. Maybe a bit watery but good for a session.

GonZoBeeR (3061) - ste-catherine, Quebec, CANADA - JUN 10, 2005
I got this beer for the cool stiker...
Aroma:Good mixe of hops and caramel....
Appearance:Light hazy orange,good withe head...
Flavor:The flavor are the same like a ipa,bitterness and caramel flavor....

guzzler67 (1696) - Hanover, Maryland, USA - MAY 16, 2005
Hazy amber with a small off white head. Aroma was malts, toffee and a hint of tea at the end. Slightly sweet caramel malt taste, without much of a pronounced hop presence. Soft carbonation. If this was set in front of me at a blind tasting along side certain bocks, I would be hard pressed to positively identify it as an amber ale.

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