All Posts Tagged With amber

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Muddy Rivers Pool Bar at Port Orleans Riverside


Something we never seem to do when we’re at Walt Disney World is spend much time at the pool. We spend most of our time in the parks instead. I did, however, stop by the Muddy Rivers Pool Bar one afternoon to check it out. See that guy in the white behind the tree on… → Read More

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River Roost Lounge at Port Orleans Riverside


After Chef Mickey’s we came back to Port Orleans – Riverside to get the kids settled into bed. However, there were additional matters to take care of on our first night in the World. A couple of weeks prior to our trip, my sister’s boyfriend decided he would propose on the trip, and the first… → Read More

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My First Homebrewing Experience Part 3 (The Beer!)


A long, long time ago (December) I wrote about brewing my first batch of homebrew (part 1 and part 2). Now it’s time to drink the fruits of my labor! After finishing the wonderful bottling process, the instructions recommended letting the beer carbonate for two weeks. With Christmas, illness, and everything else going on in… → Read More

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Abita Beer Flight at Boatwright’s Dining Hall


For some reason, every time I see Abita, I think of Scott.  So while having dinner at Boatwright’s Dining Hall, I had to have the Abita sampler in his honor. I’ve had Purple Haze a bunch of times and enjoy it but never had a chance to try the Amber or the Turbodog until now…. → Read More

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Saint Arnold Brewery Tour


You may have been expecting the next installment of my visit to The Avenue in New Orleans, but I’ll get back to that soon. On Saturday I visited Saint Arnold Brewing Company for my birthday; it’s just north of downtown Houston and is located at 2000 Lyons Ave. Saint Arnold hosts tours every day except… → Read More

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Dos Equis Ambar


“…a rich, robust flavored beer with the smooth drinkability of a classic dark-style lager.” Um, no. Okay, fine, I’ll give the marketing person who wrote that line on Dos Equis Ambar’s back label credit for the smooth drinkability. It’s smooth alright (is it possible to be too smooth?), because it’s very easy to drink. On… → Read More

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Leinenkugel’s Classic Amber


Leinenkugel’s signature flavor has a caramel flavor to it that I honestly wasn’t expecting. Not that it’s a bad thing, by any means.  I actually like that it gives it a unique flavor.

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Sierra Blanca Roswell Alien Amber Ale


This could have been a one word article: “Fail”. Roswell Alien Amber was one of the latest pick six I bought from the grocery store. The label looked interesting so I bought it. I should have seen the gimmick from a mile away. According to the label, Uncle Sam has been trying to keep this… → Read More

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New Belgium Brewing Abbey Belgian Style Ale


Pleasantly surprised with this one from New Belgium Brewing. A nice smoky flavor that goes down pretty smooth. I wasn’t expecting to enjoy this as much as I did last night. Definitely a beer I will drink again.

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New Belgian Fat Tire


Fat Tire is an amber ale and Lindsay’s self-proclaimed first beer love. It’s a fairly standard amber ale with a hint of spice. Definitely one I could buy a six pack of and have a few at one time. It also just so happened that my TRON and TRON: Legacy Blu-Rays came in the mail… → Read More

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