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Indivisible

Old School Amber Ale

brown sugar
traditional
America

Enjoy a pint of this classic balanced lager with toffee and malty notes…with liberty and justice for all. 3.9%

Story Behind the Name
Beer is a homage to Sam Adams (we had code-named it Adam Samuels), so we wanted a distinctly American and optimistic name for it. Given the political climate we wanted something that evoked the resistance.
Occasion
All day drinking beer for someone who likes it more malty.
Official Style
American Amber Lager
Why Don't Call It That
If you like...
Sam Adams, tea, pale ales
IBUs
Malts
Pale, Caramel, Honey, Chocolate
Hops
Hallertau Mittelfrüh
Yeast
German Bock
Color
Aromas & Flavors
maple syrup, golden syrup
Key Comparisons
Other Notes
Do you want a classic craft beer, say, a Pale Ale, but prefer lagers to ales? This is our Pale Lager. What’s the difference? Whereas a Pale Ale has light caramel flavor and a smooth and lingering finish, this is more crisp in the finish, thanks to the top-fermenting yeast and a long lagering period.