Beer Style: American Amber Ale

New Albion Ale: The First US Craft Beer

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The first modern microbrewed ale in the United States was New Albion Ale. Learn how to brew this historic ale.


Copper Ale

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Copper ales generally tend to lean toward balancing maltiness with hoppiness.


Outback Amber Ale

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A smooth, easy drinking copper-colored ale with Willamette hops provided a nice floral and herbal character.


Yukon Brewing Company’s Arctic Red clone

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According to Yukon Brewing Co., “Full malt body takes over the palate; not sweet, but bold, fruity and persistent. A snap of clean hop bitter grabs the back of the tongue and springs into the sinus cavity, blending with the caramel flavours that have wafted back with the nectar that is this ale. But the swallow goes down clean, almost dry, and leaves only a slight lingering presence of the abundant flavours that were just there, and now gone!”


Tröegs HopBack Amber Ale clone

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This hoppy amber ale features a complex balance of chewy caramel and toffee notes from the malt and grapefruit flavors from the hops.


Kraig’s Chocolate Raspberry Ale

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A amber-colored fruit ale with raspberries and chocolate added.


Ska Brewing Co. Kingpin Double Red clone

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A malty English Scottish Strong Red Ale.


Ross Mitchell’s Spiced Ale

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Based on the winter specialty brewed yearly by Anchor Brewing Co. , with different spices each year. When tasted young the anise was dominant, but the nutmeg became more noticeable with age. The base beer supports the spice with moderate hopping, good attenuation and a hint of chocolate.


American Amber II

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Here is a nice, subtle version of an American Amber Ale that is good to pair with foods.


American Amber I

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This version of American Amber Ale is moderately hopped and balanced by a moderately high gravity.


American Amber Ale

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America is known for its amber waves of grain…and also for its amber ales. Find out how to brew this modern classic.


American Amber: Tips from the Pros

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John Harris (Full Sail), John Trogner (Tröegs) and John Hiiva (Steamworks) explain how to put the amber into your American ale.


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