Beerito (4% ABV, 21 IBUs) is a light bodied, amber Mexican lager brewed with premium German and coloRADo sourced craft malts and featuring a crisp accent from noble hops.
Originating in Vienna, examples of this lager now mostly come from the United States and Mexico.
Reddish-amber to copper in color, the Vienna lager is generally brewed with both Vienna and Munich malts, giving it a softer and slightly toasted malt profile. The hops used vary depending on the brewer, but are often Noble and herbal or floral. Hop bitterness is only enough to balance out malt sweetness, with smooth and dry finish.
Best served cool, 46-54 degrees, and in a pilsner glass, pint glass, or beer mug.
Vienna-style beers are among the world’s first light-colored lagers and were on the brink of extinction until American craft brewers helped revive the style; it’s a good thing they did.
This malty lager is our most award-winning beer: it took gold, silver, and bronze medals at the Great American Beer Festival from 2006 to 2010. Cutlass Amber has a toasted, biscuity character. The slight sweetness comes from Crystal malt.
An amber lager with rich, fragrant malt flavors balanced by crisp noble hops (Description provided by company)
Budweiser Black Crown is rooted in Budweiser´s rich heritage and authenticity, it delivers a smooth and distinct flavor you´ve come to expect from the King of Beers.
Victoria is a medium-bodied Vienna-style lager, with a rich amber color and toasted malt character, which is perfectly balanced with a smooth, crisp finish and low to mild hop aroma. Victoria should not be served with a lime. (Description provided by US distributor)
You've had dark and full-flavored beers. You've had light and easy-drinking beers too. We think a beer should be both. That's why we crafted the damn near perfect Third Shift Amber Lager. It's beer done right. (Description provided by company)
Amber is a Munich style lager brewed with pale and caramel malts and German Perle hops. It has a smooth, malty, slightly caramel flavor and a rich amber color. Abita Amber was the first beer offered by the brewery and continues to be our leading seller.
A robust, classic Vienna-style lager with a full body. A beer with brawn from Germany, swagger from Mexico, and the finest North American pale and roasted malts. An amber-colored refreshment that’s adventurous enough to be distinctly flavorful. A hot-blooded redhead that’s best enjoyed ice-cold.