Garage Project Red Eye Gravy (330ml Can)
AKA Poor Man’s Gravy, just fry your ham and deglaze the pan with black coffee. Inspired by this good ol’ Southern staple, we bring you Red Eye Gravy. There’s no ham, but there’s six different malts, corn, maple syrup and, of course, coffee - brewed up to recreate a tasty, rich, dark beer reminiscent of its namesake. Red Eye Gravy, the perfect way to start the day with your ham, grits and biscuits - now equally at home beside a burger. Say yer blessin’, it’s supper time.
A style without definition, amber ales range from bland, vaguelly caramelly beers to products with a fairly healthy malt and hop balance. Often the differentiation between a quality amber and an American Pale is that the amber might have more dark malt character, or a less assertive hop rate.