jredmond (8774) - New York, New York, USA - DEC 10, 2017
Bottle at Jimmy G's Cajun Seafood in Houston, with Evan. Mouthfeel is light bodied, crisp with carbonation and notes of sweet spice, grains, bread and malt. Not terrible. Jpmercer (83) - shakopee, Minnesota, USA - NOV 7, 2017
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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B. Pours a clear golden color with white head. Full of flavor and very drinkable kevinator (2800) - The Colony, Texas, USA - SEP 29, 2017
Standard amber with a malt-centric base and grainy follow-up. Slight hops but a simple and drinkable beer. Grovlam (4257) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - JUL 7, 2017
Draft. Light fizzy white head. Light cloudy amber color. Aroma of light malt, fruit, caramel, grain. Light body. Moderated sweet flavor. Light malty finish.
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crajun (1268) - , Texas, USA - OCT 29, 2016
Can’t believe I never had this before. Some hop bite to it. Malty. Maybe some caramel in aroma Balanced but almost to hoppy for me. Decent brew The_Osprey (9373) - Richmond, Greater London, ENGLAND - OCT 8, 2016
September 2016 - Bottle share at Leighton’s. Thanks to Paulie. As ’Saint Arnold Amber Ale’, 6.2%. Dark golden yellow, clear, still, foamy off-white head. Aroma is airy, carpet, mulched paper, pale biscuits. Body is smooth with soft carbonation. Taste is thin biscuity malt, sodawater, dry into the finish. Mostly biscuity flavour. Alright. (3.2) madmitch76 (25817) - , Essex, ENGLAND - OCT 3, 2016
Leighton’s flat clearance. Thanks to Paul. Almost clear amber beer, thin pale cream colour head. Palate is light, semi dry and has modest carbonation. Tangy floralness turning bitter. Bitter citric peel. Touch of odd sourness. Dry finish. Strange and a little unpleasant.