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- One of the few styles that American brewers can legitimately call their own. This classic beer brings together brisk hop flavor and a coppery golden color to make a refreshing pint that is still flavorful enough to enjoy year-round. Our American Amber features a firm malty base supporting assertive American hops, a reddish-amber hue and a lingering off-white head of foam. Not quite a pale ale and not quite a brown, this well-balanced beer has a smooth and versatile flavor that you'll want to come back to again and again. Try pairing this ale with anything from pizza to seafood.
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here for American Amber Ale All-Grain Kit Brewing Instructions Regional Style USA Original Gravity 1047 Total Time to Make 6 weeks
- 4.4 / 5.05 ReviewsGreat Amber AleThis is the first kit I have purchased and I highly recommend it. It is very smooth, light hop flavor and not heavy. After 1 week in the keg it was ok, but it's has benefited greatly from 4 weeks in the keg, Its has become very smooth and easy to drink. Friends and I have have enjoyed so much its time to brew it again!December 22, 2015Easy all grain recipeThis is my fourth all grain recipe that I've done. The beer is quite good, but does seem a little more hoppy and lighter in color than most traditional amber ales. After six weeks in the keg, this is a very smooth beer. Most of my homebrewer friends that have tasted in comment that it's a borderline pale ale. Easy brew for new all grain brewers. I would definitely buy this again.February 28, 2016First Brew EverFirst time brewing. American Amber Ale tastes great. Not getting much of a head but i think it needs to sit a bit longer. I made mistakes along the way, but customer service is an A+. Always answered my questions. Brewed the Dead Ringer and Summer Ale. Can't wait to see how they come out.July 28, 2017Great BeerThis beer is delicious. I wouldn't exactly call it an amber though, more of a pale ale. Pretty hoppy with a nice malty profile without being too heavy. People seem to enjoy it and the keg's going quick. Would definitely make it again.August 22, 2017Purchased
3 months agoAmerican Amber Ale All-Grain KitGood stuff, its all there just like every other time. This makes a good amber just as it is, not amazing but pretty damn good.September 12, 2016
- Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 1 answerWhat is the difference between crushed and unmilled grain? Is the crushed grain already malted, or do we have to steep, germinate, and dry them before mashing?BEST ANSWER: Unmilled grain isn't crushed. Typically, the crushed grain was malted but not always. Homebrewers don't usually malt their grain anymore, they purchase it that way. That said, the description will tell you if it's malted. You can use unmalted grains, it will have a different taste, not bad just different.