Beer Style: American Amber Ale

Cashmere Brewing Co.’s Bulldog Amber clone

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Cashmere Brewing Co. closed it’s doors in 2009 but fans of the brewery can still brew up their Bulldog Amber ale with this recipe.


Rogue Ales’ St. Rogue Red Ale clone

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For a beers like Saint Rogue Red, a style in which the hops are more predominant, John Maier says that “Increased percentages of specialty malts also allow for increased amounts of hops. This helps create balance in the beer.”


Cambridge Brewing Company Amber clone

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“Well balanced, medium-bodied, with a deep amber-red color, this beer’s complex palate covers all the bases. A malty caramel sweetness is followed by notes of chocolate and a dry, slightly roasty finish, complemented by a touch of fruity, spicy hops.”


Full Sail Brewing Company Amber Ale clone

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Full Sail’s flagship amber ale has earned the brewery multiple awards, including more than 20 gold medals. It is a sweet, malty, medium-bodied ale with a spicy, floral hop finish.


California Common

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by the numbers OG: 1.048–1.054 (11.9–13.3 °P) FG: 1.011–1.014 (2.8–3.6 °P) SRM: 10–14 IBU: 30–45 ABV: 4.5–5.5% California common is far from common on store shelves and at brewpubs. While you might


American Amber

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by the numbers OG: 1.045–1.060 (11.2–14.7 °P) FG: 1.010–1.015 (2.6–3.8 °P) SRM: 10–17 IBU: 25–40 ABV: 4.5–6.2% As I walked back from Mount Rushmore while vacationing one year, I began to think


West Coast Blaster

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A hopped-up American amber ale, Jamil Zainasheff provides the recipe for those who may want a bit more hop character in their American amber.


Amber Waves

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Jamil Zainasheff provides homebrewers a more malt driven version of the American amber ale.


Epic Brewing Company Imperial Red Ale: Replicator

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Dear Replicator, Thanks for showing me and Dave around Portland, oregon last spring on your tour. You had said that if we ever came across a beer that we want to try


Ballpark Red

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Recipe submitted to BYO courtesy of Beer and Wine Hobby — Woburn, Massachusetts
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Bronze Ale

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In the March-April 2007 issue of BYO, I used a beer I called my copper ale as an example in an article on balancing beer recipes. This is a slightly reworked version of that beer that features Vanguard hops.


Red Queen Ale

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In Lewis Carroll’s “Through the Looking-Glass,” Alice encounters the Red Queen, who needs to keep running as fast as she can just to stay in place. Like the Red Queen, brewers will be doing some scrambling just to hold their ground in 2008. due to the hop shortage In my Red Queen Ale, I tried to come up with a recipe that made the most of some ingredients that should be plentiful, and of high quality, this year. I chose Santiam and Sterling hops because I liked their spicy character. This year, the US crop of 6-row barley was excellent, whereas 2-row barley crops around the world were variable. This beer is dry and the Nottingham yeast leaves a refreshing crispness.


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