About the American Amber Ale

The American Amber Ale is similar to the American Pale Ale and American IPA styles but has a more pronounced malt backbone (caramel malt, typically) and it has less bitterness than the similar American Red Ale. The ale is amber in color with moderate alcohol strength. The style typically has a medium body or a bit over with matching carbonation.

McSwagger’s Own is an American Amber Ale by Crooked Can Brewing Company that blends malty biscuit and toasted bread with caramel and apricot; hopped with Cascade.

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Cervisia Mozzo, an American-style Amber Ale by Cervisia has a malty backbone of toasted bread and caramel balanced with hops and orange peel.

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Open Amber, an American-style Amber Ale by Birrificio Le Baladin blends biscuit, caramel, fruit, spices; lightly balanced by piney hops.

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Bell’s Amber Ale, an American Amber Ale by Bell’s Brewery, Inc. delivers ample hop flavor with toasty bread and caramel malt.

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Censored is an American Amber Ale by Lagunitas Brewing Company that features a clean palate of bright hops and bready malt.

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Blazing World, an American Amber Ale by Modern Times Beer is a hoppy powerhouse, balanced with toffee and toasty bread malt.

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Keybilly Island Ale is an American Amber Ale by Brew Hub that balances tart lime juice and citrus hops with caramel and doughy malt.

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