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RATINGS: 1738   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.54/5   EST. CALORIES: 132   ABV: 4.4%
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This deep amber ale has rich & roasty malt flavors, a big hoppy character, citrus overtones (courtesy of the hops and our special brewers yeast) and modest alcohol.

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3.3
chrisv10 (17312) - DENMARK - MAR 4, 2013
Bottle. Slightly hazy dark amber with small off-white head. Aroma is malt, caramel, fruit, toasted and hops. Flavour is malt, caramel, medium sweet, hops, toasted, little pine and a little bitter.

3.3
Oakes (17274) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - MAY 4, 2003
Light cherrywood colour. Chocolate, caramel and citrus aroma. Bitter, woody, earthy - simple American amber.

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mcberko (17205) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - MAY 20, 2010
12 oz. bottle, pours a deep dark amber with a medium off-white head. Aroma of caramel malts, resinous hops, pine and grapefruit. Flavour of pale malts and hops - well-balanced. Not really too special for Stone.

3.2
yngwie (17038) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - AUG 24, 2012
UPDATED: SEP 5, 2012 Bottle, at Patricks. A clear, amber beer with a small, off-white head. Lightly piney on the nose, some caramel and citrus. Rather weak, but pleasant. The flavour is quite similar, followed by a nice bitterness. Medium body, pleasant carbonation. Mostly bitter finish, with some caramel hints. A quite pleasant one, easy drinkable. 120823

3.3
jtclockwork (16444) - , New Jersey, USA - JUL 13, 2011
Bottle. Dark brown. Tan head. Nose of roasted caramel malt, pine and hops. Taste of citrus, grapefruit, smoked malt and hops. Medium body.

3.6
brokensail (16436) - Dublin, California, USA - FEB 15, 2010
A: A dark amber/copper color with a thin whitish head. S: Light grapefruit and caramel malts. T: Initially a decent citrus flavor followed by caramel maltiness and a floral and bitter finish. M: Medium body, smooth mouthfeel, not much carbonation. D: The lightest of all the Stone brews, but not my favorite taste-wise.

3.7
Dedollewaitor (16056) - Odense, DENMARK - SEP 27, 2009
Bottle. Thank you Christianscheffel. Pours dark amber/copper with a large creamy head and lacings. Fruit, hops, buiscuit and orange. Grapefruit juice. Medium bodied. Ends dry. Nice

3.6
FatPhil (15966) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - JAN 26, 2012
355ml bottle (Bacchanalia, Cambridge)
Drunk at 6am just outside the security checkpoint at Stansted Airport, as we couldn’t take it with us thanks to the fucking TSA and European spinelessness. Dark, clear woody brown like a dunkel. Good beige head, with great retention. Simple dry woody and nutty. Very English in style, a million miles removed from what I consider an "Amber Ale" (namely something sweet, sticky, and incipid). Taste follows the aroma. This is more like a northern brown bitter or even an old ale, but without any of the sourness that sometimes tags along with those monikers. This may be a very simple beer, but it is very tasty and very drinkable.

3.4
MiP (15650) - Sønderborg, DENMARK - AUG 5, 2013
Draught at BBF13. Weak caramelly aroma. Clear dark brown colour. Stable off-white head. The flavour is slightly caramelly, has a medium to high bitterness. A little weak compared to other Stone beers, but not bad.

4.2
Benzai (15460) - Oirschot, THE NETHERLANDS, NETHERLANDS - SEP 20, 2011
Draught (as Levitation IPA) at Chez Moeder Lambic Fontainas during the three day Stone Event, 16-18 september 2011. Clear copper color, nice full slightly off-white head. Smell fruits, hops, bitter: just great. Tastes fresh, grassy, hoppy, bitter and fruity. Nice carbonation, medium bitter.


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