I haven't brewed this yet but the real thing is pretty tasty so it's on the short list.
I saw this:
when we went and toured the brewery...it helped with coming up with the clone
I scaled this down just a couple of points so make it more sessionable, the IBUs came down with it. Like this:
Anyway here's the recipe for 5.5 gallons assuming 70% efficiency:
.75oz Cascade (60min)
.5oz Cascade (30min)
.5oz Hallertauer(10min)*** The real recipe calls for Liberty but I've got a pound of Halleraer so I went with it
The site talks about how malty it is so I'd have to imagine it's mashed pretty high, I'll probubly do it at 155*F
Here's what th saint's got to say http://www.saintarnold.com/beers/amber.html
EDIT: They say this is fermented with thier proprietary yeast...whatever that is. I used nottingham on the Brown Ale of thiers and it came out awesome. Thier site says both beers are brewed with the same yeast so I wouldn't hesitate to use nottingham on this.