Amber Ale – stemming from the pale ale family, the Amber Ale is a top-fermented beer made by brewing a pale ale with a proportion of amber malt and sometimes crystal malt giving its Amber like color.

The Amber Ale term itself evolved in Australia, North America and France where the Ale’s are most popular. With varying degrees of bitterness and hops the Amber Ale is a unique beer that has a very broad spectrum

Below are the Amber Ale’s we’ve tried and reviewed

The Amber Ale’s

The 818 hot spot: San Fernando Brewing

San Fernando Brewing is another home favorite brewery for those SFV locals, especially when traveling from Sylmar to Van Nuys, and is close to my suburb city Santa Clarita. This brewery has a great location in the valley, it is very accessible, and is well known throughout the LA county. This San Fernando brewery has […]

The 2018 LA Beer Fest was a success 

This past weekend, I was fortunate enough to attend the 2018 LA Beer Festival, it was my first, and certainly won’t be my last. I finally was able to take a Saturday off work, and join the renown beer event in Downtown Los Angeles. The LA Beer Fest featured over 80 breweries and 200 beers for everyone to […]

Blood in, orange out

Dudes’ Blood Orange Amber Ale is one special fruit style beer, featuring taste buds of a cream and brown ale, presenting a version of a ‘Creamsicle’. The Blood Orange has the body, color of a brown ale with hints of cocoa, but followed with vanilla, hence the identity of the cream ale. Dudes’ interesting mix of citrus and chocolate, […]