Seven Brides Brewing Emily’s Ember Ale poured a cherry wood brown into the pint glass, slightly hazy with a sticky, bone white head. Dry malts led the nose, with very light chocolate and a subtle sweetness backing it.
Seven Brides Brewing Emily’s Ember Ale opened a little flat, dry and a weird; watery with slight notes of peppery hops. There wasn’t too much to the body of the beer other than a barely detectable sweetness, and the ale ended on a light, but unpleasant, bitter fade.
I wanted to like Seven Brides Brewing Emily’s Ember Ale more than I did, but it didn’t really hit any highs and barely hit “average” on most fronts.