Amber - Dead Armadillo Craft Brewing
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Reviews by Florida9:
3.81/5 rDev -1.3%
A: Color is...amber. There is a slight chill haze. Forms a rather modest white head, but what does form seems to stick around for a good bit. Some light lacing.
S: Aroma is fruity and malty. Grapes, orange, and caramel malts.
T: Taste is very fruity with lots of yeasty esters - almost like a Belgian - very distinctive for an Amber. It's not necessarily bad, but I do wonder if it was intentional. Caramel malts, apple, grape, light brown sugar. Earthy hops on the back end.
M: Medium bodied with a lighter body than the flavors would suggest. Moderate bitterness. Appropriate carbonation.
O: Not a half bad beer. A very interesting take on the style.
04-11-2014 00:05:51 | More by Florida9
More User Reviews:
3.81/5 rDev -1.3%
Just had it on draft the following day. I like it better on draft..
Pours a chill-hazed amber with a thumb of tan head. Never totally clears, good lacing & head retention
S: Faint breadyness & grassyness
T: Bready notes, caramel, piney & orangey hops; plus herbal & woody hops up front. Some grapefruit as this warms, a bit of sweet graininess & caramel. Finishes with pineyness, orange peel & a touch of sweet graininess, caramel, leafy tea notes, some herbal hoppyness as well
MF: Medium bodied, firm carbonation, nice balance
Nothing earth-shattering here, but easy to drink
02-21-2014 05:47:56 | More by russpowell
4.16/5 rDev +7.8%
On tap at Applebees in OKC. Pours to a creamy buff permanent head and moderate lacing. Clear amber color. Aroma is perfectly balanced between sweet caramel malt and floral/spicy/piney hops. Flavor delivers a balanced blend of sweet, toasty malts and resiny hop bitterness and a bit of alcohol bite. Mouthfeel is medium and co2 is spot on. Overall, a beer that contends for best amber in the southwest, in my opinion.
07-18-2014 00:26:32 | More by EagleTalon
3.54/5 rDev -8.3%
Enjoying this poured from a can into a glass mason jar.
Pours a nice hazy amber with an off-white head.
Aroma is malty but with a few odd notes.
Flavor is hoppier than expected but a little rough around the edges. It seems kinda unfinished, sorta like a Fat Tire but not as smooth. Maybe some adjunct notes too.
Medium to full mouthfeel. I think it would be better with a little less carbonation.
Overall not a bad beer, but I think I prefer beers marked as "amber" to be more balanced than this one. I think a little more malt would improve this beer a lot.
03-11-2014 04:01:50 | More by jmbranum
3.5/5 rDev -9.3%
Received as an extra in a trade and poured into my Duvel tulip.
A - Pours a nice light reddish amber hue that is mostly clear with a thin quarter inch head that fades rather quickly to leave a light wispy blanket.
S - Aromas of rather sweet fruity malts, caramel, light biscuit. Not much in the way of usual hops...no pine or citrus really, maybe a flash of grape.
T - Taste is better, not quite as sweet, nice malt backbone, faint biscuit and caramel, light bitter finish.
M - Mouthfeel is on the lighter side, sweeter, somewhat thin.
O - Overall a rather average amber. Nothing to see here, move along.
07-04-2014 23:22:18 | More by rudzud
3.81/5 rDev -1.3%
Poured out of a can into a pint glass. Received in trade and always grateful!
A – Poured out a light ruby with orange highlights. A full finger of clingy, light tan head that stuck around and left nice lacing down the glass.
S – Roasted malts and slight citrus notes.
T – Nice roasted malt flavor follows the nose. Just a small amount of bitterness. Light caramel sweetness with a nice balance of fruit.
M – Medium bodied. Light carbonation. Creamy and smooth on the palate.
O – Good brew here with well balanced flavors and very easy drinking. You never feel the ABV in any way. Good job.
07-25-2014 00:32:20 | More by GallowsThief
3.88/5 rDev +0.5%
A: 1 finger light tan head. Excellent retention with thick lacing along the glass. Amber body.
S: Citrus, grains, and a little toast.
T: Caramel, leafy hops, toasted malt, and some citrus. Good balance.
M: Light-medium body. Soft carbonation. Somewhat smooth.
Lingering, lightly bitter finish.
O: Nice flavor. Great balance. Easy to drink.
This might be something we can use to rip Okies from the clutches of BMC.
01-27-2014 02:13:47 | More by OKCNittany
Amber from Dead Armadillo Craft Brewing
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