Our flagship beer is made from mostly pale malt with some Munich and caramel malts. This gives it a slightly sweet flavor that is balanced by a melange of American hops. The result is a deep copper color and rich flavor.
Alcohol by Volume
: 4/6/12 oz. bottles (case), 15.5 gal. keg
: Year Round
January 1st through December
: AL, FL, IA, IN, KY, MI, MN, MO, NC, ND, OH, PA, VA, WI
Appearance: Pours a hazy golden orange. The off white head sticks to about a half a finger with lacing all the way around a glass.
Aroma: Aroma is light with toasty biscuit and toffee. Hints of caramel and floral/herbal hops.
Flavor: Toasty and some toffee like malt up front that leads to a caramel sweetness. There are grapefruit overtones and ends with a bittering that is moderately drying.
Mouthfeel: Low body with medium carbonation. Very light and drinkable.
Overall: Very light but full of flavor. Very typical of the amber ale style in that the caramel malts and citrus hops blend very well. Would like a little fruitiness and a little bit of a bigger aroma. Bell's says it's there flagship and I can see why. Every type of beer drinker would enjoy this.