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Alamo Amber Ale combines pale malt, Munich, and Caramel malt along with Briess Victory malt to give it a complex caramel and toasty flavor. Combined with American hops, this beer is a very balanced beer. Yeast Bottle Caps and Priming Sugar not included

Additional Information

Kit Type Extract
Beer Kit Makes 5 Gallons
Recipe & Instructions Click Here
Original Gravity 1.057
IBUs 25
Alcohol Content Medium: 4.0%-6.5%
Color Amber
Flavor Balanced
Country of Origin American
Style Amber Ale

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Customer Reviews

A hit! Review by Steeleofalifetime
Our second batch brewed ever. Was so awesome to go to the garage and get our own beer. This was a hit at the savage race with our friends and a good camping beer. (Posted on 6/9/2018)
My first batch and try at home brewing! Review by David
I popped the top on 2 of my first bottles of Alamo Amber Ale that tasted great. I am very pleased with the way it turned out. The only problem I had was a short boil over during the 60 min boil and did not have my hydrometer due to breaking it accidentally so no OG. I want to thank Stubby,and Austin for their email advice with the questions I sent. I recommend this extract kit and will brew it again after trying some other kits. (Posted on 2/16/2018)
Pleases them All!!! Review by squonk32
I have brewed this beer at least three times and it always pleases the crowd. Not everyone likes stouts or IPA's but everyone loves this tasty brew. A little more bitterness and sweetness than fat tire or the like and done well. (Posted on 1/17/2017)
Better than Fat Tire. Review by Eric
I was looking for a Fat Tire clone, what I found was something better, bolder and amazing. (Posted on 8/9/2016)
TBI Alamo Ale Review by Clint
My wife gave me a homebrew system for Christmas and I really didn't know what I was going to do once it arrived. I was in the DFW area for New Year's Eve and decided to check out TBI. Stubby is a wealth of knowledge. He recommended the Alamo Amber Ale and two other kits. I brewed this on January 26th and kegged it three weeks later. I tapped the keg last weekend and wholly cow is this beer good. My family and friends are all big fans of this beer. I'm still in shock that my first homebrew is this good.
I highly recommend this TBI Alamo Amber Ale kit, and I'm willing to bet that all of the signature TBI kits are going to be excellent as well. (Posted on 8/9/2016)
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