Saranac Chocolate Amber

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Type: Dunkel
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  • 05.70% 
  • 1899/3686 
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There comes a time every year in the Adirondacks when a heavier, more malty brew complements the cold winter months. Saranac Chocolate amber showcases a variety of dark roasted malts, producing a beer with a deep, rich, almost chocolaty flavor that’s perfect to celebrate this special time of the year. We hope you enjoy this hearty brew.
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  • Oct 23, 2009
    generallee (311)Rank: Beer ExplorerGroup: Fall beer lovers
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    It has a dark murky brown color with dark red highlights. The head is tan in color, foamy and leaves nice lace on the glass. There is a deep malty aroma with a heavy toasted flavor. There are some chocolate notes as well as some mildly bitter hops within a creamy smooth medium bodied palate. This is a very good offering from the Saranac family of beers.