I'm down to the last couple of beers from the Dick's Brewing variety pack, so let's crack open Dick's Mountain Amber Ale.
Dick's Mountain Amber Ale poured amber with thin but active carb streams rising to a thin white head. The nose was surprisingly flat, without much more than a mild bread smell.
Dick's Mountain Amber Ale had a surprisingly carbonated front, with notes of lemon fading to the core of the beer, a pizza dough flavor. Mountain Amber Ale ended a little flat and watery, with little lasting flavor.
Dick's Mountain Amber Ale is a good beer, not a great beer. It hits all the right notes for an Amber ale without being flashy or leaning too far from the balance of hops and malts.