Alaskan Amber is based on a replication of an early 1900’s beer sold in Juneau, Alaska, home to Alaskan Brewing Company.  This Alt beer is fermented colder than most ales and for longer periods.  I decided Alaskan Amber is the perfect accompaniment to pizza long before I saw it on the brewery’s website.  This malty beer earned Alaskan Brewing numerous medals at the Great American Beer Festival, and continues to win at other festivals as recently as this year.

Tasting Notes:

Poured from a bottle into a stange, Alaskan Amber forms an off white head that does not stay long.  The body is a deeper copper color with faint aromas of malted grain.  Medium to full bodied on the tongue with flavors of sweet malt and mild spicy hops.   A solid Alt worth trying or keeping in the fridge.



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