francedroy (21) - New York, USA - APR 20, 2017
Amber version is better than the regular but it is hard to find out in the world. Radtrad (2) - Manitowoc, Wisconsin, USA - FEB 5, 2004 does not count
It has a darker orange-brownish color to it that is much more appetizing than some N/As. The flavor is exceptional for N/A beer. This is a good beer for casual drinking. maltbevquaffer (1) - Washington, USA - JUL 29, 2007 does not count
Best N/A brewed in the U.S. , and that is not intended to damn with faint praise. The flavor is malty with a hint of hops. The most refreshing malt beverage this side of Bremen. When measured against other malt beverages with only a trace amount of alcohol, O’Dould’s Amber is among the best. jonnyx99 (34) - USA - SEP 24, 2001
This is definately the best N.A. out there. Better tasting than many alcoholic beers, it goes down easy and actually has a nice blend of malt and hops to keep your taste buds engaged. Thoroughly enjoyable. Bryght (17) - California, USA - JUN 21, 2004
Very, very nice malted amber. Not too sweet, but overcarbonated to the point of overflowing after the first swig. Make sure you poor it into a glass if you buy bottles. Attractive aroma, wonderful color. Not skunky enough for it to be in my Top Five, but it fits into my Top 10.
morrdt (715) - Jacksonville, Florida, USA - DEC 23, 2005
UPDATED: JUL 7, 2007 This is the holy grail of non-alcoholic beers. This is as good as it gets. What beer drinkers drink when they are stuck as designated driver. Powertrip (1000) - Calgary, Alberta, CANADA - AUG 1, 2012
Single bottle purchased from Willow Park Liqour Store in Calgary, AB on 07/26/2012. Colour: Light brown and clear with minimal white head. Nose: Lots of roasted malt infused with a hearty teriyaki flank steak aroma. Beef jerky. Wet leather. Taste: Light sweet, light bitter, medium-light sour. Very meaty and more beef jerky and roasted malt. Quite drinkable however and one not to be frowned upon because of its unique properties. XMB625 (30) - USA - MAR 3, 2003
Again I have to rate this as though its in its own category which is N/A, but it does actually compare with
with some premium "alcoholic" beers. If you haven't taken your turn at being a designated driver and drank more than one just to say you tried it then lighten up. I agree that the European non's are a step ahead but most small town bars don't carry import beers let alone import N/A. beerlovinman99 (124) - USA - JUL 9, 2002
If you can’t handle alcohol for medical reasons and are looking for an NA, O’Doul’s Amber may the best out there. It’s got a decent body and a good aroma. Not quite beer, but much closer than almost any other NA out there. Obfuscate (573) - Minneapolis, - JUL 10, 2015
Rating it based on what it is, I have to be fair and say this isn’t a bad Low alcohol beer. If you can’t drink or want to mix in a NA here and there while you’re drinking this is a good option. Taste like a lower quality amber but not bad.