This beer looks great in the glass. But I found this beer to be thin and watery, a bit of a let down. There's some malt taste that lingers nicely. It's not a bad beer, but it's not good enough to look out for. Nor do I think it's good enough to give Rickard's Red a run for their money, which I suspect was what they were going for. I was hoping that this was their "Celebration Amber Ale" renamed and remarketed, but alas it is not.
Reviewed: July 04, 2012