Pale ale malt combined with medium caramel malt create a rich, copper color. Bitterness is balanced to match the malt character. Smooth clean finish with moderate carbonation level.
Color: Medium Amber
Everything you need to craft your best brew is here. We start with fresh ingredients to maintain flavor as well as easy-to-follow recipes measured to perfection. Contains:
Malt Extract Syrup
Spices & Flavorings*
*if the recipe requires
See the full instructions and recipe for this kit here - http://brewersbestkits.com/pdf/1007%202013%20American%20Amber%20Recipe.pdf.
Recipes are subject to change from time to time because of ingredient availability - especially hops varieties, malt brand and dry yeast manufacturer. The recipe and what you receive may not be exactly as pictured, however what you receive will fall within the guidelines for the style of beer.
Posted by Paul G on 5th Mar 2014
I brewed the American Amber and pitched the yeast a littler warmer, say 78 degrees, let her sit in primary for two weeks, then secondary another two weeks, bottled it and let it go another two weeks. Was very good, then by the third week it was amazing! Great flavor,easy, and one to impress your friends with. Pour into a chilled beer glass and watch them be amazed you made this at home.
Posted by Ben on 22nd May 2013
This brew was easy to make and turned out great! A light and refreshing beer worthy of sharing with friends. My beer fermented for 8 days @ 64-66 degrees F. Bottle conditioned for 14 days @ 70-72 degrees. Ended up with 5.25% ABV.
Light head, caramel amber color, medium carbonation. A sweet front with light hoppy back end. This beer is more malty balance with light hop influence.