Amber Ale (426)
We often define amber ale by comparison to closely related beer styles. The typical example presents more mouth-filling body and tongue-pleasing malt flavour than the typical English and American pale ales. Amber ales may also offer a more floral, hop accented take on Irish Red Ale. The outgrowth of this fusion artfully combines the subtlety of British ales with the brashness of American craft brewing.
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1906 Reserva Especial
Spain - Rated: 0/5 - 0 votes
Added on Feb 24, 2010
Appearance: Light orange with a bit more colour than most lagers; clear; nice, frothy white head: minimal carbonation and a head that dissipates quickly.