Brew Brothers Prairie Steamer Amber Cream Ale

Brew Brothers Prairie Steamer Amber Cream Ale

Rated 3.400 by BeerPals
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Brewed by Brew Brothers' Restaurant Brewery and Taproom

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Style:  Cream Ale

6.5% Alcohol by Volume

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With a robust 6.5% alc./vol. Prairie steamer boasts a sweet smooth malt finish that will satisfy the most discerning palette. Served through a creamer tap to accentuate its already smooth flavor. It was voted best beer of show at Spirits of the West 2000, and people's choice award winner at Brewtopia 1998. Available in four packs (4 x 500 ml ), one litre bottles and draft.

ID: 13220 Last updated 3 years ago Added to database 16 years ago

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Overall Rank5724
Overall Percentile88
Style Rank12 of 216
Style Percentile94.4
Lowest Score4.0
Highest Score4.0
Average Score4.000
Weighted Score3.400
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • BIGBRY 516 reviews
    rated 4.0 15 years ago

    Aroma: 8 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 8 | Overall: 8

    1 liter flip top bottle. Pours a deep amber color, thick foamy head, good retention. Good aromas of sweet caramel and malt. Little hoppy smell in there too. Smooth tasting, toffee/caramel, full malty flavor, balanced but that little hop bitter to balance it all out in the end. Creamy and smooth, thick but not sticky - as a cream ale should be. The big bottle is to share, but I finished this one myself. Another hit from this local micro.

  • BEERDOG 1556 reviews
    rated 4.0 15 years ago

    Aroma: 8 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 8 | Overall: 8

    Pouring with a moderate foamy white head which shrank away to a thin layer in short order, this one's colour was an attractive dark amber, and cloudy to boot. The aroma was only a bit of malt, and at first the taste was 'odd' to say the least. However, after allowing the beer to 'breathe' in the glass for a few minutes, it did indeed taste like an amber ale and quite a nice one at that. Mouthfeel and aftertaste were quite acceptable. Kudos for the one litre swing top bottle.

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