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BrewDog 5 AM Saint Red Ale

BrewDog 5 AM Saint Red Ale

The Bad Boys of British Brewing, claiming to be the cure to the illness that is mass produced beer. They brew with no constraints and are constantly innovating to release amazing beer to the UK from their brewery in Scotland.
Style Brown and Amber Ale
Country British Beers
ABV 5.40%
Serving Temp 13°C
Bottle Size 330ml

In typical Brewdog fashion, their 5 AM Saint Red Ale amber ale did not punk out with regards to the number of hops in the bottle; chocked full of Nelson Sauvin, Amarillo and then dry-hopped with Simcoe, Cascade, and Centennial, there are notes of lychee, orange peel, apricot, and pine accompanied by a smooth malty backbone. A good balancing bitterness makes this amber ale a very enjoyable drink--this is not a hop-bomb!

Claiming to be the cure to the illness that is mass-produced beer, Brewdog brews with abandon, innovation, and creativity--with a good dash of in-your-face marketing--to release amazing beer to the world from their brewery in Scotland.


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Product Reviews

  • Good red ale

    Review by Simon

    It sits nicely in the family of core Brewdog ales, with a similar hoppy finish to Punk and Dead Pony. (Posted on 18/01/2018)

  • Good beer

    Review by Rory32

    Another pretty good beer from Brewdog, and in my opinion definitely better than Punk IPA (Posted on 15/12/2017)

  • Above average beer

    Review by Fiasco

    Really good aroma and red colour. Had this twice and grew on me the seceond time. It's a really decent beer. (Posted on 19/06/2017)

  • Brewdogs Finest

    Review by Sarge94061

    I'm a massive fan of the Brewdog range and have yet to find one I don't like, this is by far my fave. Nice and smooth, an all round nice tipple. (Posted on 12/05/2017)

  • BrewDog do it again!

    Review by Mark

    I'm a huge fan of their range, and this is another great beer. I personally prefer Dead Pony and Punk, but I'll happily make this my third choice BrewDog beer. (Posted on 19/03/2017)

  • Rather very good

    Review by Good Head

    Red in colour with a small frothy head. Has plenty of flavours in good strength. One to definitely drink again. (Posted on 04/12/2016)

  • Red Beer at night, pissheads delight!

    Review by On the hop

    Nice and smooth, order some now. (Posted on 28/11/2016)

  • Very fresh, fruity and sweet - more a summer drink

    Review by Pesky8

    I really enjoyed the Red Ale, much fruitier than expected and not too heavy. More a warm weather drink in my opinion, served cold. price is at the upper end, but quality still a great ale. (Posted on 27/11/2016)

  • On the red!

    Review by On the hop

    This is certainly dry and smooth, I do prefer Punk, but that is not to say you should not try this. This does go down nicely and if you not careful you can be left counting the bottles in the morning. Is this a recommendation.....of course it is! (Posted on 17/11/2016)

  • A good, red ale

    Review by Mark

    I was torn between rating this as three or four stars (it's a shame the scale isn't out of ten to allow for a mark of seven...or 3.5 stars to be awarded!).

    It's a very enjoyable red ale - I am quite the fan of the BrewDog range, so this isn't surprising.

    But, what condemned it to three stars as opposed to four is simply the price when compared to other red ales - it's a little on the expensive side when you consider you can hunt out equally as flavoursome red ales in 500ml sizes at similar prices.

    Don't get me wrong...this is a good beer, and I'll be drinking it again no doubt. (Posted on 14/11/2016)

  • Slightly similar to an IPA

    Review by Jo

    Not a big fan of red ales, but wasn't bad, quite hoppy and malty, some tropical tastes in there, some lingering bitterness. (Posted on 23/09/2016)

  • Hop to it

    Review by Good head

    Dry and hoppy and very smooth. Has a strong taste that really satisfies. This is a good supping beer for lazy sunny afternoons. It has a lovely reddish brown colour and good customisation. Gets better the more you drink. (Posted on 27/05/2016)

  • A malty Brewdog beer!

    Review by Llamaman

    Stop the press! A Brewdog beer where the malt isn't totally hidden under a pile of hops!
    A really good red ale - smooth and full of flavour. (Posted on 10/05/2016)

  • it is what it says it is

    Review by Mark

    This is exactly what it says on the label; bitter sweet chaos, if you fancy bitter and sweet in every slurp then this is for you. I love it. (Posted on 24/04/2016)

  • Fruity number

    Review by Geofff

    Bit fruity for my tastes, not quite as balanced as their flagship brew or exciting as their single-hop specials (Posted on 12/04/2016)

  • My favourite BrewDog beer

    Review by nickpalaceh

    I prefer red and amber ales, this being in my top 15. Its lovely and an instant classic. Not a massive fan of their usual range. (Posted on 11/04/2016)

  • Outstanding

    Review by S.Stanbridge

    Love this beer. Bursting with flavour and so morish. Could drink this all night! (Posted on 09/04/2016)

  • Great Beer

    Review by Luke

    Not sure what it is exactly be this is my favorite beer. Smooth, nice bitter/sweet mix, great beer. (Posted on 27/02/2016)

  • Brewdog Scores Again

    Review by Ninja Terrier

    I have a bit of a weakness for brewdog and this fine Red Ale strengthens my liking of there products. This is flavour packed but not over the top. (Posted on 02/02/2016)

  • Delicious

    Review by Dan

    I really enjoyed this amber ale. It is fairly hoppy but doesn't punch you in the face. It has quite a thick, semi-sweet flavour - as another reviewer put it - a little bit fruity. I really enjoyed it!

    I was lucky enough to visit some of Vancouver's microbrewerys which all have a red ale - this reminds me very much of them. (Posted on 24/07/2015)

  • Left wondering

    Review by Left wondering

    Probably my own fault as I hit this immediately after the stalwart Punk IPA. Even with a nice gap between them I found this slightly lacking in effect. Certainly a quality brew but perhaps 1 I should have sampled on its own. (Posted on 03/05/2015)

  • Great example of an American red

    Review by Ryan

    I love a good American red ale and this brew is a great example. Very easy drinking. (Posted on 05/03/2015)

  • Best of Brewdog?

    Review by Ben

    This could well be my favourite Brewdog beer and that's saying a lot! A nice balance of malts and hops. Very tasty. (Posted on 09/02/2015)

  • An easy drinker

    Review by Quitekate

    Smooth and well-balanced. A good easy drinking beer from Brew Dog. (Posted on 07/01/2015)

  • Pick me up

    Review by MegaHops

    BrewDog's amber beer is delicious. A rarity for me to drink something like this but I will delve out of my comfort zone for something as good as this! (Posted on 26/11/2014)

  • Drink it don't read it

    Review by Jon Bob

    If you can avoid reading the preachy bottle label it hard to find much wrong here. A little bit fruity, but in the magnitude that spurs you on to another, rather than backing off after one. (Posted on 17/09/2012)

  • The REAL amber nectar

    Review by Ian

    Not really been a fan of amber ales in the past, but this one has changed my mind. Really smooth without an overly bitter after taste, very flavoursome - a top drop. (Posted on 07/09/2012)

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