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Good Robot Curly's Amber

Amber Ale

Halifax, NS (Canada)

Alc.: 5.0%

Volume: 473mL

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Smell

The warm caramel and biscuit malt written all over the can is going to be written all over your nose and taste buds. Just welcome it with open arms.

Taste

A delicious combination of sweet, warm caramel malt and toasted biscuit flavour. A touch of earthy and floral hops, and it all combines in a well unified, easy drinking ale balanced for enjoyment. A smooth mouthfeel off the top eases into a slightly dry finish, with an aftertaste of leafy hops and biscuit. A great patio beer for capping off a hot day working in your yard.

Pairing

A good beer for just about anything off the grill, especially a juicy burger topped with a thick slice of cheddar and bacon.

Sight

Pours a warm amber colour with a hazy body and low carbonation. A sticky, pillowy head of caramel-tinted foam clings to the top of the glass.

Color (Standard Reference Method)
SRM 11
Style
Amber Ale
Bitterness (International Bitterness Units)
IBU 25
Recommended Stemware
Pint

Description

It’s important to know there’s a Good Robot out there. This one has a small tap room in north end Halifax, Nova Scotia, and serves up microbrewed beer that defies categorization. Self-proclaimed as the micro-brewery that eschews styles, Good Robot Brewing Co. is staffed by a collection of beer lovers and weirdos aiming to produce not-so-much craft beer, but quaffables borne on the wild crest of fate. They grab what’s in season and make an IPA and Saison or gather the neighborhood garage brewers and have a lager tasting event. They’ve begun throwing some of their creations into cans, meaning it may well drift across the west and become available in your home town. But if it doesn’t, Good Robot is open 7 days a week and has partnered with a list of local eateries the length of your arm to bring their creations across the nation. Curly’s Amber is named in memory of a local Nova Scotia roadhouse and the flavours aim to bring the same simple, reliable experience to your door. A malt of biscuit and caramel with the hops to keep it all in line. Serves well at 6°C and can cellar for a few months.

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