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RATINGS: 325   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.14/5   EST. CALORIES: 165   ABV: 5.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
A well balanced, full flavored, amber ale. It has a rich, malty body with a pleasant caramel character derived from a specialty Caravienne malt. A complex hop aroma, with a hint of floral and citrus comes from a combination of Cascades and Liberty hops. It has a rich, creamy head with a fine lace. The light fruitiness, characteristic of ales, is derived from a proprietary yeast strain. Saint Arnold Amber Ale is best consumed at 50 - 55° Fahrenheit.

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3.3
Styles (2014) - Lincoln Park, Michigan, USA - NOV 29, 2004
Pours amber with no head. Sweet malt aroma with caramel and ginger? Initial taste is sweet malt fading to spices. Still can’t tell if it is ginger? Dry finish with a little bitterness to it.

3.2
PorterPounder (7970) - Tallahassee, Florida, USA - NOV 18, 2004
Poured from the bottle at Waterloo Icehouse in Austin, Tx. Pours a murky medium orange with little to no head. Aroma has some malty notes with soime caramel notes. Flavor is sweet and malty with a bit oif a citrusy hoppy backdrop. Mouthfeel is clean and even. A most drinkable amber ale.

3.5
Dogbrick (13010) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - NOV 14, 2004
Thanks to bu11zeye for the trade. This is a pretty good Amber Ale. Pours a dark honey color with a thin off-white head and minimal lacing. The aroma is fairly malty, with a little bread and caramel. Light and sweet mouthfeel, with earthy malt, and hops flavors. The finish is zesty and lightly bitter. Not a bad job on this one.

3.3
jhollera (1) - Austin, Texas, USA - NOV 10, 2004 does not count
My first beer rating ! Nice color . I love hoppy beer and this does not dissapoint. Tastes like many California ales. Good job Houston. We dont have a problem with this bee !

3.2
IndianaRed (4619) - Boise, Idaho, USA - OCT 25, 2004
Bottle Pours a clear medium amber with a nice fluffy white head that maintains quite well. Lacing is hefty and chunky. Toasted grain and bready notes on the nose and a slight hop slant. Flavors are sweet and bready with little hops and a soft wheat bread aftertaste. Very plain and simple but not unpleasant. Soft carbonation. Not bad. Thanks again to Kaggie97 for this texas brewskie

3.3
Sancho (245) - Da Bronx, New York, USA - OCT 10, 2004
bottle from Zinister in houston, Hoppy nose, IPA -like orange color,medium body,taste pretty good well blanced, i like it.

3.5
sixpackcharley (19) - barclay, Texas, USA - OCT 3, 2004
Supprisingly tasty! Soothing color and rich bouquet make this an ale for all seasons.

3.8
brewess (43) - Iowa, USA - SEP 15, 2004
Pours a clear and rusty orange with a white fluffy head. Aroma is grassy hops and caramel malt and fruit similar to peaches. The flavor is of grassy hops , sweet carmel which carries to the end with no dryness. Medium bodied beer.

3.5
Pigfoot (2268) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - SEP 14, 2004
Appearance: rustic amber hue, with a succint, perfunctory head. Aroma: sweetness itself, rich, malty, with precious, but lovable, fruitiness, hints of cherries, peach, melon. Taste: light, happy hoppiness at first, then that rich maltiness continues through the flavor. Body is light to medium, medium-length finish, accompanied by continuing, delightful flavor. Not a bad amber you’ve got there, Houston.

3.5
richbeir (15) - Austin, Texas, USA - SEP 3, 2004
Slight hoppy/sweet scent with a medium head. Has a clear orange/amber color. Has a initial malty flavor with a hop influenced bitter finish. This is a straight forward amber ale with a full flavor, a little on bitter side, but a good hoppy bitter.


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