All-In Amber - Full Pint Brewing Company
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3.88/5 rDev +9.3%
Bottle poured into a pint glass.
Clear amber color with two fingers of off-white head that didn't stick around too long. No lacing left.
A little bit of roasted malt, some caramel, and minor chocolate notes. A very minor hop note at the end.
Toffee, caramel, some roasted malts. A little chocolate follows it up at the very end. Very clean finish.
Medium bodied and very slick feeling, but does become a little bit thin near the end of each sip.
Not a very crazy brew, but it has an amazing drinkability.
06-25-2012 06:35:08 | More by jeremy13586
3.83/5 rDev +7.9%
Pours amber clear with a white lacing.
Brown sugar malts in the nose.
Taste follows with brown sugar malts, also some molasses sweetness and mild hoppiness.
Softer carbonation over a medium body.
Pretty good, I would have this again. It's not daring but its not trying to be, just a good representation of the style.
05-16-2012 20:53:26 | More by Cylinsier
3.53/5 rDev -0.6%
Serving Type - Bottle
Appearance - Tanish brown/amber, nice 2 inch creamy head and plenty of lacing.
Smell - Rye, hops, some yeast and a nutty, caramel malt aroma. Added spices and a little earth hop note at the finish.
Taste - Caramel nutty malts with some dry dank dry hops. Nutty, smooth, moreso a brown ale then a amber ale. Has some light fruity hops and a little spice kick. Dont really get much red ale in this.
Mouthfeel - Its light to medium without anything over powering flavor. Tounge gets malts, minor hops and spices. Palette gets alot of nutty malts and remaining hops. Finish is nutty, caramel malty.
Overall - DOesnt really taste like what style its to be. More malty and caramel/toffee then expected. Its decent but theres better out there. Worth a drink but nothing to special.
05-02-2012 02:51:14 | More by wvsabbath
3.83/5 rDev +7.9%
Poured into a pint glass.
3.5 A: Clear orange amber color. A little over one finger of frothy off-white head. Retention is a touch below average and a small ring of lacing is left.
4.0 S: This smells just like a tasty brown ale. Big toastiness and nuttiness. Dry graininess. Very, very little caramel. Earthy hops.
4.0 T: Tastes like a brown too. Again, toastiness and nuts abound. Dry graininess and a touch of caramel. Earthy hops. Pretty much the same as the nose.
3.5 M: Ligher medium body. Active carbonation that comes off slightly biting. Low creaminess. Otherwise, fine.
3.5 D: Not much of an amber ale, but a good beer nonetheless.
03-22-2012 04:13:42 | More by DavoleBomb
2.4/5 rDev -32.4%
A: Pours a hazy amber color with four fingers of head. Way, way overcarbonated.
S: I first get a sweet toffee aroma that quickly turns to a harsh nuttiness that I get with a lot of beers with English yeast strains. In the background, I get some tropical hoppiness.
T: Very similar to aroma, but a little crisper than I thought it'd be based on the aroma. The toffee sweetness and harsh nuttiness is toned down a bit leaving a balanced caramel sweetness and tropical fruity and bitter hoppiness.
M: Way overcarbonated, so much that it's hard to taste anything really.
O: This beer is overcarbonated with a harsh aroma and a bland flavor.
03-20-2012 03:40:04 | More by coreyfmcdonald
3.8/5 rDev +7%
A: Pours a clear reddish amber with a small amount of white, frothy head with large bubbles.
S: Faint aroma of malt lies underneath a subtle aroma of hop spiciness.
T: Well balanced flavors with a solid malt base, with hints of caramel, providing a springboard a noticeable, but not overpowering hop character. The bottle says they used Warrior and Fuggle, and it does seem to have more of an English character than an American one, even with the Warrior.
M: Light and crisp, but still relatively full flavored. A moderate level of carbonation also lends to the perceived lightening of this beer making it something that could be enjoyed in the winter or the summer.
O: An enjoyable beer, not something to make you stop and stare, but something that could be enjoyed in a session type scenario. It's a solid beer, and I look forward to trying some of their other offerings.
02-07-2012 23:58:06 | More by RedSpecial1
3.53/5 rDev -0.6%
Pours a clear amber with a large head. Fairly peristant and nice lacing. Smell is very mild- just a bit of toasty malt and herbal hops. Taste is toasted malt. Just a bit of caramel. Some fruit notes and some herbal hops in the finish. Medium to light bodied and well carbonated. Very easily drinkable. Overall a decent amber ale.
12-25-2011 23:25:00 | More by burnstar
3.23/5 rDev -9%
S: A little champagne like on the pour, generic in the glass bordering on sweet.
A: Hazy orange, very small head with little lace. Looks like a Yuengling.
M: Molasses like finish, with a nicely toasted flavor. Direct from the bottle I felt this was overly foamy. In the glass, it's average.
T: Toasted not burnt malts. Odd "bean" note, like kidney bean only sweeter. Alcohol at the back is subdued, but makes itself known.
O: A frosty glass of okay. Had better, had worse. I find Yuengling or JW Dundees to be more exciting, so for the $$$, I wouldn't seek this one out.
09-21-2011 04:23:36 | More by Ricochet
4/5 rDev +12.7%
Poured into a pint glass.
A: Clear amber with lots of bubbles and a two-finger, white and creamy head that lasted more than a few minutes. Moderate lacing.
S: Toasted malt and caramel. Fruit aromas. Very pleasant.
T: More sweetness than I was expecting. Not much hop bitterness, but more than none. Caramel and fruit flavors. Interesting.
M: Light to medium bodied. Very smooth with moderate carbonation.
O: I like this one. Maybe, a little too sweet, but not bad. It looked really nice, smelled pleasant and had a smooth and refreshing mouthfeel.
08-25-2011 02:16:39 | More by SolipsismalCat
All-In Amber from Full Pint Brewing Company
81 out of 100 based on 114 ratings.