American red ale with West Coast hops utilized. (Description provided by company)
American Amber / Red Ale
An American Amber or Red ale is named more for its color (usually between a light amber and a dark reddish amber) than a particular flavor profile.
Most American Ambers tend to be more malt-focused in taste, although some have a more even balance between malt and hop flavors, although hop bitterness tends to always be low. Generally speaking, the malts are lightly toasted and slightly sweet caramel malt with the hops tending toward fruity and/or citrusy flavors.
Best served cool, around 46-54 degrees in a pint glass or beer mug.
About two weeks before we opened back in April, Brent Cole and Jay Kissell of Salty Nut Brewery walked in OTBX to an empty store, well, make that a place that was starting to look sort of like a store.
Red ale from Old Black Bear in Madison, Alabama.
I Drink Therefore I Amber is Fairhope's amber option.
Don’t be afraid of things that go hop in the night! Rich roasted malt flavors haunt the shadows of our Imperial Red Ale’s bitter teeth. (Description provided by company)
Just when it feels like the dog days will never end, suddenly, the switch is flipped, the air gets cooler and it’s clear that autumn is on the way.
An Imperial Amber Ale combining robust Munich malt with a blend of citrusy American and herbal European hops. A big beer designed to complement a good cigar. (Description provided by company)
This Amber-esque ale gets more of a cocoa-toasty flavor from the use of chocolate malts. (Description provided by company)
Rocket City Red is an easy-drinking 5% ABV Irish-style Red Ale with a mild, malty sweetness and a hint of toasted bread. Aged for six months in a Maker's Mark barrel, this version has taken on a new life ??? one filled with bourbon, vanilla and oak. (Description provided by company)
orn in Head Brewer Tony Powell's home brewery, this West Coast Style Imperial Red Ale is a hearty celebration of the brewing art. Almost welcoming you, four hops impart floral, citrus and sprucy Northwest notes to open the festivities.