American Amber Ale - Bitter Root Brewing
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3.9/5 rDev -1.3%
06/20/08- Consumed during my two week Montana vacation.
Presentation- 22oz bottle with no freshness info. Poured into my Duvel tulip.
Appearance- Medium amber-brown colored pour with a full one inch head with slight staying power. Leaves a decent lace design on the glass after consumption.
Smell- Very bready, with a slight hop aroma and a small caramel nose.
Taste- Bready, mildly yeasty with a light roasted caramel base. Hops are about even with the malt. Not takes over. Even flavors all around.
Mouthfeel- Higher carbonation level with a nice drying and hoppy aftertaste.
Drinkability- Well balanced and better than average flavored amber ale worth trying.
06-20-2008 21:44:50 | More by GClarkage
4.1/5 rDev +3.8%
Poured this beer into a pint glass at 43 degrees.
Appearance: A nice rocky off white two finger head that some retention. The color of the beer is a rich mahogany with dark cooper hues. The clarity of the beer is clear with garnet highlights. There is some lacing on the glass from the slowly diminishing head.
Nose: The malt is a nice mellow caramel aroma. There is a medium hop characters. The hops are floral and slightly fruity.
Taste: The malt has a rich caramel flavor with some toasty notes. The hops is floral and citrus In the background of the beer there is a wood character, sweetnes, and a hint of a burnt note.
Overall: The mouth feel is carbonated and smooth. The body of the beer is medium and the finish is medium. This is a really good beer. It has all the good qualities of an amber ale but it is a bit rough around the edges.
12-01-2009 00:59:50 | More by colts9016
American Amber Ale from Bitter Root Brewing
- out of 100 based on 5 ratings.