Vienna / Amber Lager

Vienna / Amber Lager

933 beers | 3.186 Avg Score

The Vienna lager originated in the Vienna, Austria area and is of an amber to copper or even reddish brown color. They are medium-bodied malty (toasted or light roasted features) beers with only a mild sweetness, a lightly bitterred hop balance, and a somewhat dry finish. Vienna lagers are lighter than dunkel lagers and the flavors not as rich as those of a Marzen. Amber lagers are a global extension of this style and represent similar lagers but with a more variety of interpretation, including vast degrees of malting and hopping, the addition of caramel flavors, and more overall sweetness that is sometimes derived from the inclusion of non-malt adjuncts like corn and rice.

Beer | Location Reviews Score
Fort Collins 1900 Amber
CO, United States
4
3.157
Fort Collins Edgar Lager
CO, United States
4
3.143
Alexander Keith's Nova Scotia Style Lager
Canada
4
2.986
J.R. Brickman Amber
Canada
4
3.014
Les Trois Mousquetaires Aramis
Canada
4
3.186
Lakeport Red
Canada
4
2.829
Svaneke Bryghus Påskebryg
Denmark
4
3.014
Devils Backbone Vienna Lager
VA, United States
4
3.114
Milwaukee Ale House Love Rock (Flaming Damsel)
WI, United States
4
3.357
Schwelmer Bernstein
Germany
4
3.014
Big River Irish Red Lager
TN, United States
4
3.143
Master Polotmavý 13°
Czech Republic
4
2.929
Diamond Knot Vienna Style Ale
WA, United States
4
3.057
Dillon Dam Dam Straight Lager
CO, United States
3
3.250
St-Urbain Rousse
Canada
3
2.467
Starobrno Cerveny Drak
Czech Republic
3
3.017
A. Le Coq Imperial Red
Estonia
3
2.917
William Penn Colonial Style Lager
WI, United States
3
3.200
Tijuana Morena
Mexico
3
3.134
Dogfish Head Sweet Home Amber Lager
DE, United States
3
3.117