Here Jon uses a combination of 2-row pale, Caramel, Carapils, Munich, Wheat and Black Patent malts to brew Bayhawk’s Amber. Perle hops are added up front while Liberty and a healthy dose of Cascade hops are added later in the 90 min. boil giving the beer it’s hoppy aroma. Again, a 1056 American Ale yeast strain is used to brew this beer.
Look for a very pleasant, complex nose with malty, estery and hop spicy characteristics evident. Note good head retention in this clear, light amber, medium-bodied beer. This nicely balanced amber starts out caramelly and finishes dry and bitter with a flavorful spicy hop twang! Overall, a very flavorful and well balanced example of an American Amber Ale.
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