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RATINGS: 101   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.97/5   IBU: 25   EST. CALORIES: 172   ABV: 5.75%
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Our Amber Ale uses seven malt varieties, and three unique selections of hops in order to achieve deep complex flavors. The taste starts slightly sweet and then progresses to a clean, dry finish.

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2.5
drowland (9191) - Georgia, USA - AUG 29, 2011
8/29/11. 12oz bottle. Almost clear amber pour, almost red, with a soapy khaki head that fades quickly and doesn’t lace much. Light malty aroma with touches of caramel, butter, and cardboard. Bitter malt flavor with chocolate, caramel, and a dose of metal. Meh.

3.1
PorterPounder (8402) - Tallahassee, Florida, USA - JUL 16, 2011
Tallahassee, Fl - ABC Liquors - 12 oz bottle. Pours a very dark copper with a soft thin off-white head that leaves a small trail of lacing. Aroma has a faint fruity essence to it with hints of coffee. Flavor has some nuttiness, faint traces of unsweetened chocolate and a hint of day old coffee. After my third Napa Smith today - I am detecting a bit of a house strain of yeast. Mouthfeel is thick enough. Overall, not bad.

3.7
unclemattie (4406) - Georgia, USA - MAY 31, 2011
12oz bottle. Copper color, off-white head. Toasted bread scent, with a touch of butter. Very dry body. Some caramel, some hops. Great lacing. It is a good example of an Amber Ale. Someone did their homework. Seems to be very simple, but just right to style. 7,5,8,5,12

2.3
nick76 (4404) - Tampa, Florida, USA - MAY 4, 2011
The aroma is not that good. It’s got paper, slightly tart fruit, malt, and light hops. The appearance is light amber with a smaller head and some floating particles. The taste is like the aroma. The palate is average. Overall not such a good beer.

2.8
Barreras (1689) - Diamond Bar, California, USA - APR 17, 2011
Pours a clear amber color. Aroma is slightly sweet, smells like caramel with a dry hops fragrance. Taste is clean and dry, not very complex. Taste of caramel and slight citrus. An okay amber ale, not something I am running back out to drink.

2.7
bittermestupid (247) - Canton, Ohio, USA - APR 4, 2011
22 oz. pours golden amber with a small beige head. I smell caramel and nuts. Taste: Caramel malts, nuts and a metallic taste a little wierd. Mouthfeel is thin, hops are almost nonexistent and the finish is dry and short. Not bad but not good.

3.5
rjplumer (1267) - Foxboro, Massachusetts, USA - APR 2, 2011
Pours a deep clear amber color slightly tan head. Has a mild fruity aroma. The taste also starts of with a mild fruity, almost wine like, taste with a touch of bitterness to add character. It finishes dry and clean. This brew is a pleasant surprise and well worth a try. It has a nice balance and doesn’t overpower an any one category.

2.8
argo0 (14127) - Washington DC, USA - DEC 29, 2010
12oz bottle. Small off-white head atop clear amber body. Aroma is medium sweet, caramel, some peach, earthy. Taste is medium sweet, caramel, some earthy, light grapefruit, peach. Light-medium body.

3.1
Hank1980 (966) - Athens, Georgia, USA - DEC 20, 2010
Bottle pours a filtered amber with a nice size head, some lace. Nose is bready, caramel, some citrus and fruit. Taste is sweet, lightly bitter, and little fruity. Body is medium and lightly carbonated. Overall, a decent ale. Nothing too great.

2.8
fluffy (2461) - St Petersburg, Florida, USA - OCT 29, 2010
the packaging is really nice, kind of like a wine bottle. pours cherry red with a soft foamy head. aroma is somewhat grainy. flavor is dough and mildly tangy with a somewhat malty. its ok, but not really that interesting.


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