Factbites
 Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Amber ale


Related Topics
Ale

  
  On making a Honey-Chamomile Amber Ale, and its inspiration in period   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Greetings unto the reader of this humble treatise on the brewing of a honey-chamomile amber ale, and its relation to the ales of the period which we study.
I cannot tell you that this ale is an exact reproduction of a period ale taken from a period source, and using period techniques because that would be a lie.
Another reference to ale which includes honey as part of the recipe comes from Sir Kenhelme Digby, and his book "the Closet Opened..." which is a standard brewing reference in SCA brewing community as it is one of the few books published close to period about the art of brewing.
www.nwlink.com /~badger/beer/honeycham.html   (2140 words)

  
  Ale - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ales are brewed with top-fermenting yeasts at temperatures from 15 to 25 °C (59 to 77 °F).
Ales are also usually served at a higher temperature than lagers: in the UK typically around 12 °C (54 °F) for an ale as compared to 8 °C (46 °F) for a lager.
Ales are very common in Britain, Germany, the United States, and Belgium; however, Lager is the dominant style of beer in almost all countries, worldwide.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ale   (705 words)

  
 Amber ale - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
North American amber ales are beers which range from light copper to light brown in color (with some termed red ales if the color warrants).
They are characterized by American-variety hops used to produce high hop bitterness, flavor, and medium-to-high aroma.
Amber ales have medium-high to high maltiness with medium to low caramel character.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Amber_ale   (121 words)

  
 The On-Line Guide to Belgian Beer - Beer Styles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Amber ales are mostly pleasant easy drinking beers, not particularly high in alcohol and are not at all sour.
One exceptional example of a world-class amber ale is De Koninck, although it is reputed to decline in calibre the further you get from it's home in Antwerp.
Houten Kop is an amber ale with a twist, it is a bit hoppy an spiced (we've yet to torcher the specifics out of the brewer!).
www.belgianstyle.com /mmguide/style/amber.html   (256 words)

  
 James Squire's Original Amber Ale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The first brew from the Malt Shovel Brewery is an amber ale, branded James Squire in honour of Australia’s first brewer, who first brewed beer in Sydney in 1794.
This premium hand~crafted ale is a unique brew of three malts and three Tasmanian hops added late to the kettle plus an original 125 year old, top fermenting ale yeast, creating an easy~drinking, deep copper~coloured ale with distinct richness, creamy head, and a slightly nutty finish.
This amber ale is best enjoyed complimenting a rack of lamb, a gourmet meat pie or a delicious steak.
www.jamessquire.com.au /amberale.asp   (178 words)

  
 Schlafly Beer Styles
Light amber in color, this medium-bodied ale is highly hopped in both aroma and bitterness, yet the maltiness quite apparent.
This Bavarian-style unfiltered wheat ale is light in color and medium-bodied with a fruity and clovey aroma and flavor imparted by the German yeast.
This unfiltered wheat ale is brewed with a Belgian yeast and flavored with orange peel and coriander.
www.schlafly.com /beers.shtml   (994 words)

  
 James Squire's Original Amber Ale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The first brew from the Malt Shovel Brewery is an amber ale, branded James Squire in honour of Australia’s first brewer, who first brewed beer in Sydney in 1794.
This premium hand~crafted ale is a unique brew of three malts and three Tasmanian hops added late to the kettle plus an original 125 year old, top fermenting ale yeast, creating an easy~drinking, deep copper~coloured ale with distinct richness, creamy head, and a slightly nutty finish.
This amber ale is best enjoyed complimenting a rack of lamb, a gourmet meat pie or a delicious steak.
www.malt-shovel.com.au /amberale.asp   (178 words)

  
 Bruegel, Belgium beer, Belgian beer glasses, beer t shirt, Global Beer Network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The abbey ales, as we know them now, were already then considered the best of the beers, but the common people drank for their daily need a "low" alcohol ale.
Amber, as a color that is not too dark and not too light, was the color most simple ales ended up in.
Today, these simple amber ales are making inroads in the marketshare of the pilsners.
www.globalbeer.com /web/body_pages/pages-beer/Bruegel/Bruegel.html   (995 words)

  
 --BEER WORKS-- DRINK
A classic American amber ale, a well balanced blend of malt and hop flavors with a subtle bitter finish from both the hops and roasted malts.
This golden ale utilizes a German yeast to give this beer its signature flavors, both a banana, fruity aroma and a crisp, spicy clove finish, and is served unfiltered to produce its cloudy appearance.
One of our two XMAS beers, this ale is brewed with whole figs and ginger root to produce a sweet, rich full bodied brown ale with just of hint of ginger to give it some zing.
www.beerworks.net /html/menu_drink.html   (1288 words)

  
 Fish Tale Organic Amber Ale: Fish Brewing Co., Olympia, WA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Created in keeping with the Cascadian commitment to the protection of natural water resources, this ale is brewed with malted barley and hops grown and processed under conditions certified organic by the Washington State Department of Agriculture and the USDA.
Certified Organic Amber Ale is a medium-bodied beer with an appealing deep amber hue.
The result is a truly delicious ale which is consistent with Fish Brewing’s desire to promote organic agriculture with all its benefits for salmon habitat and the environment in whole.
www.fishbrewing.com /organicamber.html   (209 words)

  
 British & North American Style Ales (Ambers, Bitters, IPAs, Barleywines)
For our purposes amber ales will also include ales commonly identified as "Red Ales," and "American Ales" as, from the consumers viewpoint, the dividing line between these styles can often be a more a marketing concern than a consistently observed brewing convention.
India Pale Ales are deep gold to amber in color, and are usually characterized by floral hop aromas and a distinctive hop bitterness on the finish.
Mild ale is a traditional style of English ale that is characterized by darker colors, sweetish malt flavors, subtle hopping levels all within a lower alcohol frame (typically 3.5%).
www.tastings.com /beer/british_ales.html   (1500 words)

  
 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Bell's Amber Ale at Epinions.com
Such is the case with this beer, Bell’s Amber Ale.
Bell’s Amber Ale is a little different from what I expected.
Of course, amber ale is a very broad category for beer with a wide range of flavors and characteristics, so I guess I shouldn’t have been too surprised.
www.epinions.com /content_66170359428   (670 words)

  
 Wine & Hop Shop (800) 657-5199 or (608) 257-0099
It is a golden amber color with a slight sweetness balanced by a crisp hop bitterness.
Our amber ale is similar to a British bitter, which, in spite of its name, is not all that bitter in hop taste.
Our cream ale is a mild, golden pale ale, which is fermented like an ale, then cold aged like a lager to produce a smooth, clean flavor.
www.wineandhop.com /CatalogBeer/aleKits.shtml   (1887 words)

  
 Beer and Wine Equipment and Ingredients for the Home Brewer
This refreshing pale-amber ale is made with 6lbs gold extract, pale malt, crystal malt, cascade hops, and ale yeast.
This ale employs Vienna and wheat malt and is dry hopped with Cascade hops.
Deep amber to brown in color this brew is full-flavored with hints of clove and spice esters.
www.brewapp.com /homebrew.htm   (2132 words)

  
 Fat Tire Amber Ale - New Belgium Brewing Inc. - Beer Advocate
Pours a good looking amber with a large foamy cream colored head that reduces to a fine lacing with a good deal of sticking, Has a toasty malt and grainy aroma with just touches of fruitiness.
Taste was very malty at first, a mellow toasty and a little sweet, followed by a mild fruity bite, a decent mouth feel, over a good drinkable medium body, with a subtle graininess in the aftertaste.
This is a supremely easy-drinking amber with a good balance between malt and hops, and a pleasant smokey character.
beeradvocate.com /beer/profile/192/607   (980 words)

  
 Highland Gaelic Ale from Highland Brewing Company, a Amber Ale style beer: An unofficial page for Highland Gaelic Ale ...
This ale is exceptionally balanced between malty sweetness and delicate hop bitterness.
Pours a nice rich golden amber with a lasting head but the aroma and flavor seem to be very subdued.
Amber leaning toward brown, very few bubbles with a small but relatively dense white head.
www.ratebeer.com /Ratings/Beer/Beer-Ratings.asp?BeerID=7533   (354 words)

  
 Michael Jackson's Beer Hunter - James Squire Amber Ale
But the toast of the day was the newly launched James Squire Original Amber Ale, which was being served cask-conditioned in the brewery bar.
PS: In the 2000 awards, the brewery received medals for the Pilsener, the Amber Ale and the new James Squire Porter, which I have yet to taste.
It has an attractive, cinnamon-like hop character in both the initial aroma and the balancing dryness of finish, but in the middle the emphasis is more toward a malty creaminess and a melony, marmaladey, fruitiness.
www.beerhunter.com /documents/19133-001393.html   (673 words)

  
 Brian's Belly - The Beer Belly: Breckenridge Avalanche Ale
American-style pale ale is an average strength beer (about 5% alcohol) with a color ranging from somewhat deep yellow to amber.
In the amber division of this style, look for a little more crystal malt, which translates to a slightly sweet caramel flavor and a bit deeper color.
Like most pale ales, ambers are fairly hoppy, but not as intensely so as classic American pale ales like Sierra Nevada Ale -- no, the hopping is a bit more restrained, though the best amber ales are still fairly hoppy brews.
www.briansbelly.com /beerbelly/breckenridgeavalanche.shtml   (1188 words)

  
 [No title]
Originally, in the absence of handy ice or refrigeration, the locally cool ambient temperatures of the San Francisco peninsula led to a beer that was fermented with lager yeast, but at temperatures that were at the cool end of the ale temperature range. 6.
American pale ales differ from American amber ales notably by being lighter in color, but also in having less caramel flavor and usually being balanced more towards hop bitterness.In the past, this category used to be part of American pale ale.
American amber ales differ from American pale ales not only by being darker in color, but also in having more caramel flavor and usually being balanced more evenly even between malt and bitterness.
www.oregonbrewcrew.com /bjcp/am_pale.doc   (554 words)

  
 Fighting Gator Pale Ale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Since I am not extremely polished in the method of determining the style of the final product, this could be a bitter or even a brown ale, although an IPA was what I was attempting at the time.
It has taken me some time to realize that using Amber Extracts (with or without grains) does not necessarily produce a final product that is amber in color.
Irish Moss Whitbread Ale Yeast 3/4 cup corn sugar (to prime) Procedure: - Pre-boil all water to be used in brewing process - Crack the grain and put in pot with approximately 1 gallon of the pre-boiled water.
www.cs.csustan.edu /~gcrawfor/beerfiles/gator2.html   (540 words)

  
 Amber Ale
Named for its strikingly deep color, our Amber Ale is medium bodied and flavorful.
Modeled on the great British Pale Ales, but with a decidedly American touch, it has a notable fresh hop aroma.
We think of our Amber Ale as an all-occasion beer, equally pleasing in the heat of summer and the cold of winter.
wrbrew.com /beers/amber.htm   (93 words)

  
 Oxford Bottled Beer Database: Saint Arnold Amber Ale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The light fruitiness, chracteristic of ales, is derived from a proprietary yeast strain.
Saint Arnold Amber is the standard I use to judge other US Microbrewery amber ales.
The Amber is definitely my favorite, however i haven't had any of the St. Arnold's brews that don't delight me. The winter stout is really good...
www.bottledbeer.co.uk /beer.asp?beerid=498   (256 words)

  
 Marin Albion Amber Ale from Marin Brewing Company, a Amber Ale style beer: An unofficial page for Marin Albion Amber ...
This amber-colored ale has a rich malty flavor, a smooth taste and a hoppy aroma and finish.
I felt a little lucky to have had the chance to try this amber ale since not many people have rated it and its not as available as the other offerings from Marin.
The flavor is a bit old and flat(estimating that this has had one year of shelf life or more) and holds a semi sweet malt character reminiscent of caramel.
www.ratebeer.com /ShowBeer.asp?BeerID=1320   (390 words)

  
 Fish Tale Amber Ale - Fish Brewing Company / Fishbowl Brewpub - Beer Advocate
Fish Tale Amber Ale is the poster child for (some) organic beer.
This amber, true to name, pours out a chill-hazed ruddy copper with a modest sized tan head.
The beer pours a light amber color with a thick frothy offwhite head that slowly fades to lacing.
beeradvocate.com /beer/profile/684/3578   (1304 words)

  
 Shelton Brothers: Thiriez Amber
Instead, Thiriez Amber is a celebration of wholesome, freshly harvested barley malt, and that is what you get in the nose.
Daniel Thiriez painstakingly crafts his rustic farmhouse ales in a rustic farmhouse brewery in the beautiful countryside of French Flanders.
It is perfectly balanced, with a soft, fresh hop bitterness playing off a hearty whole-grain maltiness, and accented by an entrancing nose of earth and spice that is typical of French farm-country brewing.
www.sheltonbrothers.com /beers/beerProfile.asp?BeerID=160   (216 words)

  
 rogue.com : Rogue Brews
The Morimoto Soba Ale is part of the new Signature Series of Rogue Ales, launched in the Spring of 2003 with internationally acclaimed Chef Masaharu Morimoto--a James Beard awarded chef and one of the stars of the Food Network series, Iron Chef.
Monk Madness Ale is brewed with 2-row Pale, Belgian Munich, Belgian Special B, Weyermann Melonodon, and Amber Malts; Belgian Nobles, Chinook, Amarillo, Centennial, and Summit Hops; measuring in at Plato 18 degrees, ABV 7.4 percent, 108 IBUs, 73 degrees Apparant Attenuation, and 66 Degrees Lovibond.
A strong ale, amber in color with a rich malt backbone that carries a powerful hop character that explodes on the palate and lingers through the aftertaste.
www.rogue.com /brews.html   (7620 words)

  
 MacTarnahan's Amber Ale - Pyramid / Portland Brewing - Beer Advocate
Amber, duh, with a small white head that falls quick and leaves minimal wisps of lace.
The beer pours a nice amber color with a thick frothy offwhite head that slowly fades to lacing.
A well made amber ale which paired exceptionally well with the fontina cheese I found in my mom's fridge.
beeradvocate.com /beer/profile/127/461   (840 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

Factbites
  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.