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All About Amber Ale

First and foremost, Amber Ales fall somewhere along the amber color spectrum. Can't name yourself Amber then come out of the tap purple. Wouldn't be right. Colors range from copper brown to a hint of red, but so long as they pass the amber eye test, it's all good. Another calling card is a malty, caramel quality. There's typically little emphasis on hops, but exceptions are out there. Amber Ales are typically smooth with a medium body, and while you'll find some boozy examples, alcohol content is typically moderate.

Ideal Serving Temperature:
Cool (45-55 degrees)

Suggested Glassware:
Tulip or pint glass
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