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Brewed by Rogue Ales
Style: Amber Ale
Newport, Oregon USA

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RATINGS: 1502   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.45/5   IBU: 53   EST. CALORIES: 153   ABV: 5.1%
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Tawny amber in color with a coffee aroma and tight head. A delicate roasted malt accent, generous use of hops and a smooth finish.
13º PLATO

Ingredients: water, barley malt (Great Western 2-Row Malt, C40, C150), Cascade hops, Pacman yeast.

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3.1
Dirk_T (159) - Frankfurt, GERMANY - MAR 6, 2018
nice light brown color. first impression when drinking reminds me on pizza dough, do not know why. the aroma develops slowly in the mouth from somehow sweetish to a nice bitterness at the end

3.5
spiffero (107) - Camelford, Cornwall, ENGLAND - MAR 4, 2018
Looks lovely, with its misty, rosy, tan colour, and it smells good too--rich tones of plum and tomato juice. In the mouth it is medium bodied, leaving stickiness on the back end, despite quite a biting carbonation. The flavour starts promisingly, bringing a fruity, malty entrance; but then it closes with a surprisingly harsh bitter flavour that fortunately does not totally edge out the fruity notes. So this is a pretty good beer for me, though that bitter ending was challenging. (I believe there are Kent Goldings hops in this, and I suspect that's where this particular bitter flavour comes from, as I have tasted it in British beers.)

3.2
beer_rookie (745) - Arkansas, USA - FEB 17, 2018
Pours a reddish amber color. Two fingers beige head. Good retention, very good lacing. Very well carbonated, perhaps a bit hazy. Can’t really tell.

Aroma is bready, malty. Toffee. Roasty nut. Did I say malty, it is very malty. Some sort of bitter hops in there.

Taste does not reflect the hops so much. Very malty. Nutty, toffee. Bready. Light bitterness. Light lemon.

Mouthfeel is medium bodied. Slick. Mostly dry. For some reason I’m not enjoying the mouthfeel so much.

Overall, it’s okay. It comes together sort of oddly. I wouldn’t buy it again. I might or might not recommend it.

3.3
Bif (2474) - St. Charles, Missouri, USA - FEB 7, 2018
Bottle. Pours an amber color with a decent tan head. Aroma of citrus, malt and bit of grain. Taste of citrus, light malt sweetness, with bit of caramel and grain. Some bitterness and fairly clean finish. Moderate body, quite crisp with a malty feel. Easy drinker.

3.2
Dorqui (2401) - Brescia, ITALY - JAN 15, 2018
Bottled 0,355L. Dark limpid rediish color, medium bubbly aspect with good head of long resistance and foamy aspect. Discreet malty and cortex aroma, notes of aged grapes, softly yeast and alcohol. Moderate bitterish mouth, modest body, a little watery palate with moderate alcoholic and malty final.

3.4
thmsboyd (224) - Ayr, SCOTLAND - JAN 4, 2018
355mL bottle BBE: Unknown. Served in a tulip glass @ 16ºC. Pours a densely-cloudy, pinkish copper body with a large amount of fine sediment. A large, fairly loose fawn head recedes at a moderate speed to a patchy cover, with plenty of lacing. A more creamy top is easily roused. The nose is a little soapy, slightly vegetal and resinous with a peppery spice. Light vanilla and bread. To taste: light-medium sweetness both malty and fruity, and a heavy, lasting, almost coffee-like bitterness. Medium-bodied with quite a creamy texture, high carbonation and a ginger and spice finish. Some of the less appealing notes in this may be attributed to hop staling, but since there's no expiry date marked on the bottle, it's maybe too kind to offer this as an excuse. Certainly some unusual properties.

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motthes (517) - GERMANY - DEC 24, 2017
Das American Amber Ale der Brauerei Rogue Ales aus Newport, Oregon (USA). Sehr patriotisches Etikett, Stars & Stripes wohin man sieht, gut so. Haselnussbraun und trüb im Glas, schmächtige Krone. Röstmalziger Antrunk, fruchtiger Körper, vorwiegend Grapefruit und Karamellnoten. Eine harmonische Säure rundet das Bier ab. Ausreichend gehopft im Abgang (53 IBU), es hinterlässt ein leicht trockenes Mundgefühl. Gut zu Trinken.

3.4
Koelschtrinker (23070) - Köln (Cologne), GERMANY - DEC 12, 2017
Brotig-hopfiger Antrunk mit dunklen, leicht karamelligen Noten. Milde Bitterkeit, hopfig bleibend, süffig. Steigende Intensität, vollmundig, gelungen. Langer, dunkel bitterer Nachhall. 10/11/11/10/9/11

3.6
lbianchi66 (486) - FRANCE - DEC 2, 2017
Robe ambrée et trouble. Une fine mousse beige se forme et se dissipe assez vite. Arômes caramel, biscuit, croûte de pain, nougat, fruits à coque. Goût très malté, caramel, miel, biscuit. Une pointe d'agrumes et du résineux viennent équilibrer la douceur et restent en bouche. Texture huileuse, carbonatation fine, moyennement abondante. Très bonne Ale.

3.5
Thomas_W1 (1107) - Rastatt, GERMANY - NOV 27, 2017
Flasche 0,355l (ABV: 5,3%): Bernstein, klar, deutlicher feinporiger Schaum; frische + fruchtige Nase, malzig-fruchtige Süße, etwas Karamell, kräftige Hopfennoten, leichte Zitrusnoten, leichte Säure, dunkle Früchte, würzig; frischer + sehr würziger Körper, Malz, dunkles Karamell, kräftige Röstaromen, leicht nussig, cremig, kräftige Kohlensäure, Hopfen, leichte trockene Säure, kräftige Bitterkeit; angenehmer fruchtig-würziger Nachgang mit deutlichen Hopfenaromen


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