Alexander Keith's Red Amber Ale - Alexander Keith's
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2.8/5 rDev -3.8%
Served in a 473ml can into an English pint glass.
Appearance: Light amber color. Decent transparency. Average size head.
Smell: The smell was definitely the worst part of this beer. I can't quiet pin what it is but the IPA also carried this scent or "funk" aswell. Almost cornish maybe?
Taste: Not too bad but fairly watery. A decent session beer and could be easy to drink quiet a few. Slight caramelish taste. Not too hoppy and kind of sweet. Somewhat watery as well.
Mouth feel: Goes down somewhat smooth and not too bad feeling overall.
Overall: Not really a beer to enjoy and savor but more of a swill. I could see it being popular with party goers looking to down a couple beers that are a little better than the regular macro-lagers but honestly not really that much to offer in terms of flavor and taste. Slightly less than average for me but might be the reverse with others.
12-30-2012 23:06:45 | More by Haydn-Juby
Alexander Keith's Red Amber Ale from Alexander Keith's
69 out of 100 based on 177 ratings.