Saturday, February 6, 2016
My Take On Mt. Carmel's Amber Ale
The beer itself had a faint hop aroma, I had to really get into the glass to pull out the notes and scents. The texture came across a little more watery then I like as well. But the taste, now that was smooth. It did have a little more bitterness than expected, but it took nothing away from the beer.
The color of the beer is a nice amber yellow and provides a decent appearance. Carbonation was okay, and the bitterness as previously mentioned, does hit the tongue. The mouthfeel was okay and came in as a medium bodied one. It also did leave some nice lacing on the glass.
Overall, it proved to be a solid beer and worth a shot. And with that being said, I rated this one a B.
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