Censored, an American Amber Ale by Lagunitas Brewing Company

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Censored is an American Amber Ale brewed by Lagunitas Brewing Company, and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in a tulip pint glass from a bottle.


Pours a crystal-clear amber with an inch-thick cap of dense off-white foam that offers modest retention. Gobs of sticky lace cling to the glass.


Aroma mixes piney and floral hops with hints of orange peel and toffee.

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Light bready malt initiates a palate that transitions quickly to hoppy flavors of lemon, orange, and pine. Finishes with a bite of spicy hops. A mild caramel sweetness balances the flavor.


The ale sits nicely on the tongue with a medium-light body and ample carbonation.


Censored has a well balanced, clean palate along with being refreshing and easy to drink. Its bright hoppy taste does lean more towards a red ale than amber, but it’s still pretty enjoyable.

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