Style: Amber/Red Ale

ABV: 5.7 IBU: 27.0

86/100
Aroma: 11
Appearance: 3
Flavor: 17
Mouthfeel: 4

Four Saints Brewing Potter's Clay

What the brewers say

Our take on the American amber: malt-forward caramel sweetness with a bit of hop bite on the back, though not hoppy.

What our panel thought

Aroma pulls you in: caramel, raisin, pine, sweet oranges. Caramel notes are worty, like first runnings. Flavor brings a wash of grounding bitterness and woody hops, supported by caramel-malt backbone. Slight burnt note. Sufficient body. Dry, bitter finish.

What our editors thought

Toasted orange peel, bread crust, and piney hops on the nose for general American appeal. The sip leans sweet, with light-roast malt pushing sweetness to underscore that citrus. Piney hops scrub it clean in the finish.

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