Style: Amber Ale
Color: Amber with a fairly decent head. Good body.
Nose: Sweet and a bit funky, maybe slightly skunky. Meh.
On the palate: Some fruity sweetness with a strong bitter note.
Finish: A strong, unpleasant bitter taste that won’t go away. Like old, low-grade Gorgonzola cheese.
Parting Words: Wow, what a disappointing beer. I found myself virtually chugging these just to get them out of my fridge to make room for better beer. It wasn’t any worse than any macro-brewed ale of the same style, but why pay micro prices for macro quality? If you see it and feel tempted, pass on it and pick up some of Bud’s American Ale. Or better yet, get a good Michigan Microbrew.