The Perfect Tin Amber Ale is one of Tin Roof's flagship and original beers, along with the Voodoo Bengal Pale Ale that I featured not too long ago. Straight from their website: "American-style amber ale brewed with a variety of the finest specialty malts available. These malts combine to form a distinct flavor profile with hints of toffee and chocolate. Its mild bitterness never lingers longer than you ask it to. The final product is a malty, medium-bodied, and easy drinking session beer. You’ll love this malt masterpiece! Pairs well with most grilled or roasted meats. Also great for chilis, stews, and brining." Mmmm, now I want to cook some chili.
Reviewers: Eric Ducote (BR Beer Scene), Jay Ducote (BiteandBooze.com), Jeremy Spikes (Whiskeybomb.com) and James Lawson.
Serving: 12 oz. can.
Appearance: Caramel color, clear with a decent head.
Aroma: Caramel flavor as well, malty and pretty standard for the style. Jay said he could pick up the toffee but not the chocolate as much. Maybe a little on the hoppy side for the style as well.
Taste: Still a little on the hoppy side, but very pleasant.
Mouthfeel: Jeremy thought this would make a great session beer. I agree, it's very easy to drink.
Overall: A solid easy-drinking local amber ale.
Overall Rating: 71.5
My Rating: 72