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92 • Double Take Amber Ale.
Lightly hazy copper color. Aromas of fresh grainy pepper bread, nuts, and mineral with a crisp, dry medium body and a zesty, grassy, radish sprouts like hop finish. Excellent purity and freshness.+ (tasted on Mar-05-2013)
92 • Berghoff Brewery Reppin' Red Ale.
Dark copper color. Aromas of caramelized citrus, fig, and pepper bread toast with a crisp, frothy, dryish medium body and a nice wave of bittering hops on the long finish. An excellent, dry, well balanced food beer with a good dose of hops. (tasted on Oct-02-2013)
91 • Elevator Brewing Co. Bleeding Buckeye Red Ale.
Deep reddish copper color. Aromas of grilled citrus, wet pine and moss, and pepper herb bread with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a crisp, honey roasted carrot, rapini, radish and peppercorn accented finish. A nicely balanced, hoppy red ale. (tasted on Oct-02-2013)
90 • Les Brasseurs du Nord Boréale Rousse.
Pure copper brown color. Aromas of grilled root vegetables and citrus, dark roasted nuts, and toasted baguette with a supple, finely carbonated, dryish medium-to-full body and an elegant, layered finish with notes of sprouts, toffee, honeyed grain, and earth. A great session or table beer. (tasted on Oct-02-2013)
89 • Peter B's Brewpub Inclusion Amber Ale.
Copper color. Aromas of grainy toasted bread, chocolate, and nuts with a dry medium body and a grainy, pepper bread, salty butter roasted nut, and grassy hop finish. A nice British-styled amber ale that is very sessionable and food friendly. (tasted on Mar-15-2013)
89 • Stone Brewing Co. - Stone Levitation Ale.
Floral, spicy hop leads aromas of grapefruit, pine sap, and melon with a supple, very dry medium-to-full body and a tangy, bitter, barky hop, grilled root vegetable, and peppery arugula like finish. A hop dominatrix of an amber ale. (tasted on Mar-05-2013)
86 • Thirsty Dog Brewing Co. Hoppus Maximus.
Copper color with an olive cast. Hoppy aromas of sweet grapefruit marmalade and honey butter on pumpernickel toast with a very crisp, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a bold pineapple-mango tart, radicchio, and citrusy, peppery hop finish. A hop driven amber. (tasted on Mar-13-2013)
83 • City Steam Brewery Café The Naughty Nurse Amber Ale.
Deep bronze color with a lacy taupe head. Aromas of oily crushed nuts and roasted cabbage with frothy, dry medium body and a molasses on rye, brown grass, and nutskin finish. (tasted on Mar-13-2013)
82 • High Noon Saloon & Brewery Annie's Amber Ale.
Aromas of caramel on fig toast and a hint of stewed veggies with a supple, dryish medium body and root vegetable puree, cacao nib, and nutshell dominated finish. (tasted on Mar-05-2013)
82 • Minhas Craft Brewery Swiss Amber Ale.
Pale copper color with a slight haze. Aromas of honeyed tropical fruit pastry and cling peaches with a frothy, fruity medium body and sweet toffeed nut, banana nut muffin, and wheatgrass finish. (tasted on Oct-02-2013)


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