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Brick Waterloo Amber - Brick Brewing Co.

Brick Waterloo AmberBrick Waterloo Amber

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BA SCORE
73
okay

45 Ratings
THE BROS
-
no score

(send 'em beer!)
Ratings: 45
Reviews: 22
rAvg: 3.03
pDev: 18.15%


Brewed by:
Brick Brewing Co. visit their website
Ontario, Canada

Style | ABV
American Amber / Red Lager |  6.80% ABV

Availability: Year-round

Notes/Commercial Description:
No notes at this time.

(Beer added by: pootz on 09-12-2011)
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BuckyBeerBeaver

Ontario (Canada)

3.95/5  rDev +30.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4

The Brick Brewing Company Limited ("Brick") was established in 1984, and produces, markets and distributes premium beer under the Waterloo brand name, and value beer under the Laker, Red Cap, Formosa and Red Baron brands. It also produces various beer products under the PC® trademark on behalf of Loblaws. The Brick's products are sold primarily in Ontario through The Beer Store, the LCBO and the Brick's own retail store. Its brewing facilities are located in Waterloo and Formosa, Ontario.

On this occasion we sampled Brick's new seasonal beer, Waterloo Premium Whiskey Amber ("WPMA"), in a 473 ml can purchased from the LCBO. The date code on the can read H19112 which I'm assuming translates into a production date of August 19, 2011. WPWA was 6.8% alcohol by volume.

WPMA poured a slightly hazy golden/amber colour, with about 1.5" of short lived head that dissipated into a foamy collar and film, leaving some minor spotting and lacing down the glass. Its aroma was primarily of caramel malts and whiskey, with a moderate hop presence...quite sweet on balance. The flavour began with toasted caramel malts and sweet whiskey, and just when the combination of the two threatened to become overly sweet, a mild hop bitterness kicks in to restore a good balance. WPMA finishes with a slightly bitter aftertaste, but nothing so strong or long lived as to be unpleasant. The beer is medium bodied and has just enough carbonation to give it a crisp mouthfeel. In summary, a good effort from Brick Brewing in our first sampling of one of its products. Looking forward to trying some of their other beers, though I suspect that this was the cream of the crop.

Serving type: can

04-17-2014 22:53:08 | More by BuckyBeerBeaver
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smakawhat

Maryland

2.84/5  rDev -6.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 2.75 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.5

Poured from the can into a tulip pint glass.

A nice copper dark orange body, slightly cloudy but mostly clear, with a thick faint tan head that makes about three fingers tall presence. Kind of soapy, with some ring like lacing on the glass. Pretty decent looking.

One whiff on the nose and there is a ton of white sugar sensations. Real candy like smelling as well and syrupy, and some alcohol heat. Not much else here going on but nothing too offensive either.

Palate is just too noticeably sweet. Mouthfeel is a bit wet, but there's mostly just a flavor of sugared water. More of the candy like character comes through, with a big simple syrup light coating. Boozy. Some slight fussel like characters as well. Lots of sweet apple and sugar pie character with no depth.

Overall where's the malt? This comes off more like an amber sugary malt liquor than anything else.

Serving type: can

12-24-2013 21:22:01 | More by smakawhat
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wordemupg

Alberta (Canada)

3.29/5  rDev +8.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.25

473ml can poured into tulip 21/11/13

A light amber with a tornado of bubbles popping off the bottom, some tiny suspended particles being moved around and a well sustained two fingers of foam slowly falls to a thin film leaving rings deep down the glass, looks sexy

S malt liquor like sweet corny malt, cardboard, a little booze, honey and hard toffee

T more of the same, tastes like malt liquor but not quite as nasty, some dry grass, brown sugar, and nuts are added to what I smell

M medium bodied and slightly creamy, a little heat and a sweet grassy finish

O meh, tastes a little cheap but I don't think that reflects in the price tag, drinkable but I'm not craving a second

looks great but that's as far as it goes, not quite offensive but nothing special

Serving type: can

11-22-2013 05:10:10 | More by wordemupg
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DenisKolkin

Ontario (Canada)

2.63/5  rDev -13.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 2.75 | overall: 2.75

473 ml can from LCBO for $2.50 CDN poured cold into a pint glass.

Appearance - Dirty copper color with some red hues. transparent except some active bubble activity. Solid 1 finger of white head that lingers for a bit and leaves some decent lacing.

Smell - Took repeated whiffs for me to get much of anything and there was still nothing here really except for a faint grassiness and a touch of lemon zest. Really bland and basic smelling. Fortunately nothing offensive.

Taste - Like the nose, there's not much, a bit of the alcohol flavor comes through but otherwise a slight caramel sweetness. Not a refreshing taste either. Again inoffensive, just nothing really good either.

Mouthfeel - High carbonation, slightly dry aftertaste and finish. Devoid of any lingering tastes.

Overall - Pretty mediocre. Decent way to get a buzz on from the higher ABV, but with virtually no flavor or smell, this wasn't a positive experience either.

Serving type: can

11-14-2013 03:54:20 | More by DenisKolkin
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thehyperduck

Ontario (Canada)

2.6/5  rDev -14.2%
look: 4 | smell: 1.75 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3

473 mL can picked up at the LCBO. I reviewed this shortly after it came out, and gave it a grade of 3.78 at the time. I later learned that the original canned version was actually barrel-aged, which is apparently no longer the case. I've had this a few times since that original review, and was shocked at the drop in quality - so I'm just going to delete that one and re-review this.

One thing I will say - this still looks pretty damn good in the glass. It's a bright, clear orange-amber colour, with a big, creamy off-white head that wilts away over a period of minutes, coating the glass with plenty of lacing. The smell, on the other hand, is pretty terrible. Garbage water is the first thing that comes to mind - kind of rusty, with some sweet undertones of fermenting vegetable matter. I assure you I am not exaggerating for comedic effect, this is what the beer's aroma reminds me of. I can't even pick out any caramel, and from previous experience I already know that caramel makes up >75% of the flavour.

I can't even believe this is the same beer I tasted a few years ago. There's nothing offensive about the flavour, but it is utterly one-dimensional and completely uninteresting - caramel malt sweetness, toasted grains, earthy wood and more than enough booze to remind you of the relatively sturdy abv. The aftertaste isn't quite hot, but the ethanol doesn't exactly slink into the background, either - regardless, it's cloyingly sweet and a little syrupy. On the light side of medium-bodied, and slightly creamy. Not very drinkable - kind of a chore, really. If I weren't so cheap, I'd consider a drain pour.

Final Grade: 2.6, a dismal C-. Waterloo Amber is merely a shadow of its original incarnation. At the time I compared it to Innis & Gunn (which is nothing spectacular, but still a serviceable basic barrel-aged ale), but now it seems more like a shallow knock-off than a serious contender. If I get this again, it will only be because of the relatively good price-to-abv ratio - I mean, it beats the hell out of malt liquor.

Serving type: can

11-11-2013 01:21:00 | More by thehyperduck
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Watershed

Ontario (Canada)

3.81/5  rDev +25.7%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

This is one misunderstood beer. Pours whisky-gold from a 473mL can, leaving a full cm of foamy off-white head. The aroma is caramel and liquor -- the latter of which might be off-putting to some, but I find it pretty appealing, especially knowing that this beer uses five malts and is aged in white oak, so the sweetness comes from carefully chosen ingredients rather than adjuncts. Still, caramel is dominant, and so the smell could be criticized as 'one-dimensional.'

The taste is where I disagree with many previous reviewers here. This tastes like a combination of a malty Märzen (which is what this beer was originally marketed as) with some of the whiskeyish aspect of the original Innis & Gunn, and it's pretty delicious: malty and creamy, with a hint of herbal hops and a not unsatisfying liquor burn. Those who enjoy a nice sipping rum or bourbon on occasion might find themselves more inclined to enjoy this.

Overall, this is an utterly unique beer in the Ontario market, and in my opinion not at all the alcoholic swill that it's often cast as. This is a good example of a beer (and, in Märzen, a style) that has really suffered from the three-track-mind, hop-or-weiss-or-stout-obsessed craft beer movement in Ontario. Try this with an open mind, thinking of it as a strong, five-malt Märzen, and you shouldn't be disappointed.

Serving type: can

07-03-2013 22:04:58 | More by Watershed
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Olek4374

Alberta (Canada)

2.51/5  rDev -17.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2.25 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 2.5

Last can from a sample pack. The first two were not overly exciting, so can I say maybe there is a reason why these beers don't venture far from Ontario?

Well it pours an orange-brown colour - not too exciting, but my expectation of this beer is a bit low after sampling it's two bretheren a few days beforehand. There wasn't much of a head going on, and what was there (maybe 3 centimetres worth) dissipated very quickly.

It smells of sweet malt and little else. I was thinking there would be more depth to the smell, but unfortunately there isn't. After the first sip, my worst fears were confirmed: this beer just isn't that good. The taste is sour and very boozy. There are some boozy beers that i've reviewed (for example, the Big Rock Scottish Ale) which are very boozy, but also have some good flavour to go along with it, so the booziness is less of an issue. The aftertaste was a mild lingering bitterness, and the mouthfeel, surprisingly, was very nice - not too thick and not too carbonated. That's probably the one redeeming quality of this beer.

If you're looking to just get hammered, I suppose you could give this beer a shot, but there are an infinite number of Euro beers with higher ABVs that honestly taste better. Not very impressive, Waterloo.

Serving type: can

06-06-2013 09:05:37 | More by Olek4374
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bryehn

Ontario (Canada)

2.03/5  rDev -33%
look: 2.5 | smell: 2 | taste: 2 | feel: 2 | overall: 2

Pours a hazy, golden-amber colour with a large, soapy white head that burns off quickly without leaving much lace and settles as a thin collar and film.

Wet grains/grasses, booze, fruit juice, sweet malts, corn syrup. Reminds me of smelling an empty day old can.

Earthy, boozy taste. Burnt grains. Overly sweet with no real body to back it up. Finish is syrupy and dirty.

Mouthfeel is way too thin, just nothing here to contrast the cloying taste. Carbonation is moderate to high. Aftertaste is again syrupy, with an astringent, plastic-like tone.

Found it hard to even get through one, I have no reason to ever try this again.

Serving type: can

10-05-2012 17:11:52 | More by bryehn
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leaddog

Alberta (Canada)

2.58/5  rDev -14.9%
look: 3 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.5

Appearance - Pours a hazy medium amber colour with a 1/2 finger width of bubbly white head that fades quickly.

Smell - Sweet apple, pear, faint grassy hops. Not much else happening.

Taste - Sweet apple and caramel malts. The hops are non-existent. Almost tastes like caramel syrup.

Mouthfeel - Light to medium bodied with light carbonation. A little sticky.

Overall - An overly sweet red lager by Waterloo. Hard to get past all the sugary notes in this brew. Aromas and flavours need more development (both are a little one note). The base is there - just needs more rework.

Serving type: can

08-16-2012 03:13:55 | More by leaddog
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TheHammer

Ontario (Canada)

1.98/5  rDev -34.7%
look: 2.5 | smell: 2 | taste: 2 | feel: 1.5 | overall: 2

Appearance: It started with a thumb of head, but it vanished in incredibly short order so no lace either. The body is a fairly hazy orange with decent carbonation.

Smell: Some light malt with a touch of acid and that's about it. Just not enough there to write home about.

Taste: Starts with a mild does of malt that the carbonation really tries to help, but just can't seem to do it. It builds up but a plastic chemical taste begins to accent. A touch of woodsy hops make far too weak a play, far too late to do anything about it, and the solvent alcohol twang and the end can't seem to fight it back either.

Mouthfeel: Far too cloying, I mean the carbonation does try to help the beer out but it leaves a filmy sensation and the carbonation falls flat halfway through the beer. Lack of head also doesn't help it's case. Transitions very abruptly as well.

Drinability: Well it didn't get the drain but the cloying aspect really stops this beer at one and really, that's been generous. It's not what I would call smooth, or refreshing.

Final Thoughts: This was a darn shame, I saw this beer's decent score and thought maybe Brick's series of "Waterloo" beers had finally produced a pearl. Sadly much like most of Brick's offerings, better examples are readily available for nearly the same cost. A darn shame.

Serving type: can

06-06-2012 00:39:49 | More by TheHammer
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biboergosum

Alberta (Canada)

2.3/5  rDev -24.1%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 2 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 2

473ml can. The first, I believe, for this brewer in Alberta.

This beer pours a clear, pale golden amber hue (whiskey colour, eh? What the hell kind of whisk(e)y do you guys drink?), with three fat fingers of puffy, foamy off-white head, which leaves some high-flying striated lace around the glass as it slowly sinks away.

It smells fairly sour at first, hard to discern the origin, as neither the hops nor malt proffer outright culpability. Soon enough, it's made clear that the hops are more or less inert, and the malt is of the corny, grainy macro bent, and the extra booze just fuels the fire. The taste is, well the taste is a big 'ol smack to one's better senses of glycerol evil. Gah. Metallic alcohol, corn mash, overripe apple, and spineless earthy hops. Urg.

The carbonation is average, a prick here, a prick there, you get the idea, the body a seriously clammy medium weight, and too pithy to reliably discuss smoothness. It finishes sweet, but not in any good way - boozy, edgy, and tongue scraping.

Wow - the lengthy description on the can led me to briefly believe a whole shitload of fairy tales - especially the one about this being aged in oak, though they don't actually mention barrels, so, who the fuck knows. This is really quite easy to pigeonhole (it's doubtful I got an off-can) - a gussied-up malt liquor, nothing more.

Serving type: can

04-29-2012 03:23:45 | More by biboergosum
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liamt07

Ontario (Canada)

2.75/5  rDev -9.2%
look: 4 | smell: 2 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.5

Can from the LCBO, 473ml into a tulip. Date code is H1911, presumably August 19, 2011.

Hazy and slightly brownish orange, billowing offwhite head and a ton of carbonation. Sticky webbed lacing and decent retention. Nose is off, bready and lightly toasty. A touch of caramel but there's some prevalent mustiness, straw, dirty socks and dirty stagnant water feel to it. Off-putting. Taste is a bit of a step up, but metal, oxidized apple, caramel breadiness and an out-of-place bitterness come together to make this not the most pleasant experience. Quite sweet finish. Medium carbonation and a medium-sized body as well. Wouldn't revisit this one, couldn't make it through the can. Pass.

Serving type: can

01-23-2012 01:27:54 | More by liamt07
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JOaikido

Quebec (Canada)

3.68/5  rDev +21.5%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

473 ml can.

A- Nice light amber colour with just a touch of a brassy/coppery orange/red. Nice foamy head that leaves lacing.

S- Sour note plus malt. Touch of smokiness. Faint lemony citrus.

T- Surprisingly mild middle. Pleasant grassy-citrussy hops with a fairly strong bitter hops finish. Smoky notes present but not strong. I found the malt flavours did not come through enough to properly balance the beer.

MF- Crisp with medium-light body.

O- Lighter flavoured and bodied than expected from the description on the can. Fairly good overall.

Serving type: can

01-08-2012 01:39:06 | More by JOaikido
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korguy123

Ontario (Canada)

3.53/5  rDev +16.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

16oz can into imperial wizen glass.

A-Crystal clear whisky pour with two fingers off white head. Lacing is remarkable.

S- Caramel and toffee notes, there is a slight grassy hop with a touch of cereal. Vanilla and wood earthiness.

T- Sweet malts with caramel. Not getting the spiciness the can says but I am getting vanilla and brown sugar with a grain smoothness. Alcohol is invisible. With a touch of hop finish.

M- Light to medium bodied, smooth carbonation and lingering finish.

O- There was a bit of hype following this one, it's very good I'm definitely impressed!

Serving type: can

01-04-2012 01:41:51 | More by korguy123
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hopsolutely

Ontario (Canada)

3.5/5  rDev +15.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

A very different kind of beer that I am only starting to appreciate as I near the bottom. Initial sips struck me as a simple "caramelized lager" and thin, but the earthiness is coming more to the forefront as it warms. Rye and whisky notes predominant in both the aroma as well as the taste, with the caramelized malt sweetness merging into a pleasantly dry finish with tannic undertones. Can't place all the flavours, but it's nowhere near as single dimensional as I'd first thought.

Have to give The Brick credit for this one! Although it's not a taste profile I'd personally choose, it does indeed have flavour and perhaps bodes well for future offerings...

Serving type: can

12-03-2011 00:11:00 | More by hopsolutely
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tbeckett

Ontario (Canada)

3.55/5  rDev +17.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

A - Pours an orange/golden colour, reminds me of Tim Hortons peach drank. Moderate carbonation coming up. One finger of soapy white head with small bubbles. Bright. No lace and a soapy cap of small retention.

S - Lot's of caramel, buttery notes, floral hops, vanilla.

T - Vanilla again, caramel, gentle oak, some grassy hops and that buttery essence again. Not bad.

M - Well carbonated, a medium body that inches close to full, and an oaky/vanilla lingering note.

O/D - Almost an Innis and Gunn clone IMO. It's an easy drinking, yet complex and enjoyable lager. Nothing special, but worth a shot.

Serving type: can

11-05-2011 00:14:20 | More by tbeckett
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spinrsx

Ontario (Canada)

3.45/5  rDev +13.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

473ml Can

Appearance – Clear copper colour with an average size fizzy off-white/light beige coloured head. There is an average amount of carbonation visible and there is a fairly good amount of lacing. The head lasted for around 7 minutes before it was gone.

Smell - Malts, toffee, grains

Taste & Mouth - The beer has an average amount of carbonation and I can taste malts, caramel+toffee, and some light hops. There is also a bit of an adjunct taste.. corn etc. It ends with a malty/toffee sweet aftertaste with a tiny bit of lingering hop bitterness.

Overall – An above average beer that wasn't a waste of money. There are some good flavours going on, but I was a little bit disappointed by some of it's adjunct qualities. The alcohol seemed well hidden and it has a decent appearance. Not something I'd buy again though.

Serving type: can

11-02-2011 13:41:19 | More by spinrsx
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cratez

Ontario (Canada)

3/5  rDev -1%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 3

473ml can shared with MrManning. Pours amber orange in colour with a thin off-white cap and generous spotted lacing on the tulip. Bizarre nose of cooked veggies, slight caramel, creamed corn, hint of oak barrel, seaweed, smoke, and faint floral hops. Taste is malty-sweet caramel, mild woodiness, weedy hops, limp spiciness transitions to a vanishing aftertaste. No bitterness to be found here, and aside from adding some VERY subtle spicy-woody notes, the rye and whiskey malts are barely detectable. Mouthfeel is light-bodied, almost watery, quick flash of spice, long drying finish borders on chalky. Overall, Waterloo Amber is drinkable enough, but it lacks the bold flavours and character that I expect from a strong amber lager. Unfortunately this is just as undistinguished as Brick's other offerings, and I won't be purchasing again.

Serving type: can

10-04-2011 00:21:44 | More by cratez
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heebes

Ontario (Canada)

3.33/5  rDev +9.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Pours a clear light golden with ample foamy light tan head. Nose is earthy, oak, candied fruit, spices, plenty of malt and whiskey auromas with a decent crystal malt amber base. Taste follows suit with lots of amber malt, spices and oak. Mouthfeel is medium bodied.
Overall, achieves what is sets out to do. High abv content limits consumption. Not overly impressed by this one, picked it up because of it's spiffy new design and can, listed as part of a seasonal collection.

Serving type: can

09-29-2011 22:26:45 | More by heebes
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swillmeister

Ontario (Canada)

2.59/5  rDev -14.5%
look: 3.25 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 2 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 2.5

Poured into a tulip shaped pint glass. Gave it a heavy pour to produce a good head to impart more aromas. Head dissipated within about 10 seconds

Appearance: as the name implied, the beer is indeed a nice natural amber colour as opposed to the bright fake copper colour found in similar amber beers. A bit cloudy in the glass. No lacing to speak of.

Smell : predominant smell is a bit metallic with undertones of banana bread, toffee and molasses

Taste: a bit too sweet for my taste

Mouthfeel: like flat ginger ale.

Overall: nothing spectacular. Probably would not buy again

Serving type: bottle

02-02-2014 02:42:03 | More by swillmeister
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JohnnyBarman

Ontario (Canada)

3.35/5  rDev +10.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

473mL can from a mixed sampler pack from the brewery's beer store. No longer called "Brick Amber", it's now labelled as "Waterloo Authentic Amber" due to the brewery's ongoing efforts to distance themselves from the "Brick" name (although the distinctive hogs head remains in the brewery's logo)

Poured into a nonic. Light caramel amber, pour yields a hefty bit of froth, which settles into a thick ring.

Nose is citrus, sweet caramel, a bit of bread perhaps. Very faint.

Very sweet, borderline cloying. This is a simple amber ale, with only the faintest hint of woodsy or pine flavor that the pack label refers to. A touch of vanilla. Malt isn't bad. Mercifully, the finish is somewhat tart, and there is a bit of booze punch there as well. Heavier than your standard amber ale, carbonation is vigorous. Slightly oily.

Not bad, certainly drinkable, but not one I'm likely to seek out again.

Serving type: bottle

06-02-2012 20:29:21 | More by JohnnyBarman
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pootz

Ontario (Canada)

3.73/5  rDev +23.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

473ml can: very fresh sample from the brewery store. Pours a shimmering reddish orange lager in the stein with an ample puffy meringue white cap. Cap lasts and laces the glass walls. Moderately carbonated. Aroma is bready-caramel with some spicy and earthy tones, some oak and a wisp of smoke….great nose to this when it’s fresh. Medium full bodied, fairly well balanced. Flavor profile has a big chew of bready caramel malt in the very front then a nice mix of noble hopping balances with an earthy-herbal-woody tone, mid palate a mild complexity forms with the spicy-smoky whiskey rye malts complimenting the spicy Hallertaus. As this light malty-spicy complexity fades you get a long drying finish with a dry herbal hoppy tang at the end. I feel it’s kind of a stretch listing this as a Marzen but it is a rich amber lager with many Marzen traits plus a few unique twists. I don’t know if this saw barreling or just had oak chips pitched in the conditioning tanks but you do get a subtle oak discernment in aroma and flavor. The Rye and Whiskey malts impart a modest spicy-smoky flavor, the cara- malts a light sweetness and the ample noble hops balance it well. This is a rich satisfying (6.8%) amber lager in a quasi marzen style with enough uniqueness to keep it interesting after quaffing a couple. Certainly the best thing this brewer has made in a long time. I’m willing to rank this Amber on par with their now defunct anniversary Bock.

Serving type: on-tap

09-12-2011 16:46:34 | More by pootz
Brick Waterloo Amber from Brick Brewing Co.
73 out of 100 based on 45 ratings.