Budweiser American Ale

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Type: American Amber/Red Ale
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  • 05.30% 
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Budweiser American Ale is carefully brewed with barley from America’s heartland and cascade hops from the pacific northwest. This rich, amber colored ale has robust flavor and a distinctive hoppy finish.

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  • Jun 9, 2014
    generallee (312)Rank: Beer ExplorerGroup: Fall beer lovers
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    Presentation: It was poured from a brown 12oz bottle into a pint glass. Appearance: The body had a beautiful reddish, medium amber color with a small just off white colored head. The clarity is good and head fades down quickly to a very thin covering that barely hangs on. Smell: The aroma had a pleasant but mild citrus and piney hop character. Taste/Mouth feel: The flavor has a modest malt flavor with lightly toasted grain and light caramel notes. The balance leans in favor of the hops which bring mild pine and citrus notes to the mix. Hop bitterness is very mild and finishes clean. Its texture is smooth with average carbonation and it has a light to medium body, making it refreshing and highly drinkable. Notes: Overall I would say that this is about what I had expected from Budweiser although I would have liked a little more solid malt character and body.