Description: “Coppery brown with rich, malty character—this perfectly brewed amber ale gets its good looks from the dark roasted crystal malt that we import from England. To give it some Western flair, it is moderately hopped with hops straight from the Yakima Valley in Washington." — Kirkland Signature (Costco)
The tasting: Color is is deep amber / copper. It has a white head that dissipates fairly quickly and leaves no lacing. I'm didn't notice much in the aroma department. Taste is mainly caramel malts with a bit of a nutty flavor. Very little bitterness. Medium bodied and nice carbonation. While you can feel the effervescence in your mouth, this isn't over-carbonated like their Pale Ale and Hefeweizen.
Rating: 3 star.I would drink this if someone gave it to me. This a good beer. The problem for me it comes in a mixed case with two beers I don't like.
Have you tried Kirkland Signature's Amber Ale? What did you think of it?