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Below are 1 through 12 of the 12 found. |Find-a-Beer|

91 • Garrison Brewing Company Irish Red Ale.
Deep amber copper color. Deep, sumptuous aromas of toasted nut bread, brown sugar, cherry butter, and delicate seared back bacon follow through on a round, silky entry to a dryish medium body with great integration and smoothness. Finishes with a touch of milk chocolate dipped citrus peels and roasted root vegetables. A delightful session and food beer. (tasted on Mar-03-2010)
90 • Daleside Brewery Ripon Jewel Ale.
Medium amber color. Interesting herbal and roasted notes of wintermint, toasted nuts, grilled fennel and bubblegum follow through on a round, supple entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with honeyed cereal and toffee nuts notes. Finishes with a crisp, nutty fade with dried citrus and minty hop accents. Different and fun. (tasted on Mar-03-2010)
90 • Deschutes Brewery Green Lakes Organic Ale.  Certified Organic 
Rich dark amber color. Aromas of peach and apple cobbler with a nice toasty crust, clay, and citrus yogurt follow through on a round, supple entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body with brown sugar and buttercream notes. Finishes with a nice wave of grapefruit-marmalade on nut bread toast hop and malt flourishes. Beautifully arced flavors make this a pleasure to drink. (tasted on Mar-03-2010)
88 • Rogue Ales St. Rogue Dry Hopped Red Ale.
Copper color. Bold aromas of crystallized ginger, honeyed grapefruit peels, and tangerine butter on toast follow through on a round, supple entry to a dryish medium-to-full body with creamy lemon frozen yogurt notes. Finishes with a touch of vanilla mint, citrus chutney, and surprisingly smoothness. (tasted on Mar-03-2010)
88 • Lancaster Brewery Lancaster Amber.
Bright amber color. Aromas of warm multigrain toast drizzled with caramel follow through on a round entry to a dryish light-to-medium body with a touch of toasted nuts. Finishes with a charming, grassy hop fade. A clean, well crafted session beer; bring on the fish and chips. (tasted on Mar-03-2010)
86 • Thomas Creek Brewery Appalachian Amber Ale.
Deep amber color. Aromas of Bananas Foster and roasted nuts follow through on a round, supple entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with brown sugar, delicate spice, and roasted fennel notes. Finishes with a crisp, creamy nougat and earthy hop fade. (tasted on Mar-03-2010)
86 • Grumpy Troll Brewery Eric the Red.
Deep amber color. Aromas of apple danish, dark roasted whole nuts, and a sautéed Swiss chard with a touch of apple cider vinegar follow through on a round, supple entry to a dryish medium body with tangy apple and lemon compote and herbal honey notes. Finishes with a crisp, toffee and citrus marmalade on toast fade. (tasted on Mar-03-2010)
86 • Oxfordshire Ales Triple B Ale.
Golden amber color with a white blanket of fine foam. Aromas of nutshells, muddy hay, and sweet cream follow through on a round, silky entry to a dryish medium body with toasted lemon bread and Brazil nut notes. Finishes with a crisp, slightly peppery straw and lemon honey tea accented fade. Lager-like crispness is makes this drink like a earthy Kolsch. (tasted on Mar-03-2010)
85 • Oxfordshire Ales Pride of Oxford Ale.
Slightly hazy golden amber color with slight carbonation. Aromas of apricot butter, toffeed nuts, and earthy hops follow through on a very soft entry to a dry-yet-fruity light body with toasted nut bread, wood, and a dusty earthy hop finish. More of a session mild ale and quite pleasant. (tasted on Mar-03-2010)
83 • Breckenridge Brewery Avalanche Ale.
Bright amber color. Aromas of dusty multigrain bread and lightly earthy hops have a tinny edge and follow through on a round entry to a dryish medium body husky toasted grain, chalk, and pewter notes and a powdery, lemon rind accented finish. (tasted on Mar-03-2010)
81 • Oxfordshire Ales Marsh-Mellow Ale.
Deep amber color. Soy sautéed shittake mushroom and eggplant, roasted nut, and faint dried fruit aromas follow through on a brisk, soft entry to a dryish light-to-medium body with splattered uneven character and limp carbonation. Finishes with quick dusty trail mix fade. (tasted on Mar-03-2010)
81 • Moosehead Breweries Ltd. Clancy's Amber Ale.
Light amber color. Delicate aromas of toasted peach danish follow through on a crisp, frothy entry to a dryish light-to-medium body with lemon and lime curd notes and a crisp, drying, grassy hop finish. (tasted on Mar-03-2010)

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