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Below are 1 through 10 of the 10 found. |Find-a-Beer|

92 • Roy-Pitz Brewing Co. Truly Honest Amber Ale.
Deep copper color. Attractive honeyed peach and grapefruit marmalade aromas with a rich, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a tangy, peppery grassy and leafy hop finish. Very rich and balanced for the long haul. (tasted on Mar-09-2011)
89 • Hop Valley Brewing Co. Stepchild Red.
Deep reddish copper color. Aromas of lemon polished pine plank, warm grapefruit compote, mustard seed, and frosted scone with a supple, zesty, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a savory and astringent, baked apple and citrus, pine bark, and peppery hop finish. A hophead's red ale. (tasted on Mar-10-2011)
88 • Brasserie de Brunehaut Brunehaut Bio Amber Ale.  Made with Organic Ingredients  
Cloudy deep amber color. Aromas of dark roasted nuts and chocolate. Round and silky with a dry-yet-fruity medium body. Seamlessly integrated flavors display hint of dried fruits, roasted root vegetables and hay on the gentle finish. A lovely sipper. (tasted on Sep-08-2010)
88 • Mad River Brewing Co. Jamaica Red Ale.
Dark copper mahogany color. Aromas of honeycomb, stewed fruits and vegetables with a supple, chewy, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a crisp, raisin bread crust and leafy, citrusy hop twang. A very good choice for meaty curries and hot spicy stews. (tasted on Feb-16-2011)
87 • Wychwood Brewery Co. Hobgoblin Ale.
Deep copper color. Nutty praline and pumpernickel bread pudding aromas and flavors with a supple dry-yet-fruity medium body and a crisp, nicely balanced craisin, fruit nut, and earthy hop finish. A nice session beer. (tasted on Mar-10-2011)
87 • Upland Brewing Rad Red Amber Ale.
Pale amber color. Aromas of caramel mocha custard danish and plaster with a supple, crisp, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a roasted whole nut, peppery arugula-like hop finish. (tasted on Feb-16-2011)
86 • Quidi Vidi Brewing Co. Mummer's Brew Amber Ale.
Deep amber color. Caramelized nut, raisin scone, apple cider vinaigrette, and peach pie filling aromas with a supple, frothy, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a honeyed pumpernickel, kiwi, and peppery arugula-like hop finish. (tasted on Mar-16-2011)
84 • Silverton Brewery Red Mountain Ale.
Aromas of lightly toasted pumpernickel, mocha, toasty nut brittle, and wet potter's clay with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a jicama and grassy hop accented finish. (tasted on Feb-16-2011)
84 • Fish Brewing Co. Fish Tale Organic Amber Ale.
Brilliant deep copper color. Aromas of praline and toast with a supple, dryish medium-to-full body and a flan, turnip and grass nuanced finish. (tasted on Jun-15-2011)
81 • Destihl Restaurant & Brew Works Roadblock British Red Ale.
Reddish mahogany color. Mild aromas of toffee, succotash, bean casserole, and toast with a round, dryish medium body and a slightly vegetal, cherry cola, melon, peach and grassy hop finish. (tasted on May-25-2011)


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