Brewed by Otter
Style: Golden Ale/Blond Ale
Honiton, England


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RATINGS: 59   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.07/5   EST. CALORIES: 120   ABV: 4%
Cask; Regular.

Otter Amber was first brewed for the trade in March 2009 as a mid gravity beer to complete the Otter range. Over the last 10 years the ’mid gravity’ beer has become popular with drinkers, delivering a reasonable strength with great flavour. This gave us the opportunity to develop a really special beer, which within a month of its launch, won its first award in Newton Abbot at SIBA’s prestigious Tuckers Maltings beer festival. Otter Amber has all the qualities of other Otter beers but with a more complex mix of aroma and flavour.
Appearance: Beautifully polished Amber
Aroma: Amber’s nose has a lovely blend of citrus fruit and spice.
Taste: The special Cara malt and carefully selected hops in Amber deliver a finely balanced bitter flavour, with hints of tropical fruit and spice sometimes even an impression of ginger.
Hops used: Northern Brewer, Styrian Goldings, Willamette

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Finn (7916) - Tromsø, NORWAY - DEC 14, 2016
Fra cask på Cornish Inn, Gunnislake 26 Sep 16. Aprikosfarget. Litt uklar. Lavt kritthvitt skum. Svak aroma. Antydning til karamell. Smaken det samme. Bittersøt etter hvert.

Sigmund (7835) - Tau, NORWAY - NOV 1, 2016
Cask half pint at The Old King’s Head, Borough. Deep golden colour, white head. Moderately malty aroma and flavour, sharpish hops in the finish.

Rune (13383) - Tromsø, NORWAY - OCT 14, 2016
Half pint, cask ale at Cornish Inn in Gunnislake. Amber-gold coloured body. Filmy layer, poor lacing. Toffee and grass on the nose. Caramel malty flavours with citric notes, lightly spiced. Bittersweet endnotes. Easy going. Very standard stuff (Tamar Valley Rail Ale Trail, 26.09.2016).

teorn88 (7687) - Rimini, ITALY - OCT 11, 2016
Backlog rating. Cask at JDW WIQ, London. It pours a clean golden color with a small white head. Aroma is biscuity and light grassy with notes of lemon peel and straw. Taste is also lightly grainy and grassy with notes of grass and straw, biscuit and caramel. Light bodied with ok carbonation. Overall, decent

BeerNinjaUK (575) - Wiltshire, ENGLAND - OCT 11, 2016
Pint after long walk on Dartmoor, much needed! Pours clear amber with brief white head. Aroma fruity with caramel and biscuit. Fruity finish.

Mr_Pink_152 (5433) - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, ENGLAND - OCT 8, 2016
Tried at the Tap and Spile, Lincoln. Golden to amber colour with an off white head. Not so much an amber as a caramely golden beer with a touch of citrus.

BlackHaddock (7585) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - SEP 12, 2016
Cask half-pint in The Bloomfield Brewhouse, Blackpool on 8th Sep 2016. Guess what colour it was: yip, amber. Fruity and slightly citrusy in the nose, more fruits in the taste and a mild bitterness in the finish, light spicy undertones. Liked it.

cagou007 (1208) - FRANCE - AUG 28, 2016
On cask at Reading Festival--- Pour a hazy old me wig him white head. Nose is malty. Aromas are biscuit malts, grassy hops. Low carbonation, museum body. Medium hitter and grassy finish. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

hohops (1068) - Kent, ENGLAND - JUL 10, 2016
Cask. Appearance- amber with an orangey tinge, a small cream head. Aroma- hop undertones, orange peel, light fruitiness. Taste- nice balance between fruity hops and bitter, malt undertones.

Seffle (464) - Mölndal, SWEDEN - JUN 27, 2016
Draught at awhite Hart, Buckingham 160627. Clear polished copper body with rather weak beige head. Sweet shortbread and herbal nose. Fruity palate with a bananatwist in the bitterness. Nice. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

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