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But now what? I would suggest brewing the same recipe again when just starting out. This will give you the time to work on techniques to find the method to produce the best tasting beer. Once the ale techniques are easy to work with start another style like an IPA if they are one of your go to beers.
Work with your brewing water, pitch rates, and fermentation temperature control for the yeast being used.
Pitch rate and starter calculator, if needed.
Most economical method of fermentation temperature control is a swamp cooler. Basically the fermentor is in a tub of water to negate ambient swings and absorb heat produced by the yeast.
Just an observation. I don’t know which yeast you used for the amber ale, but most ale yeasts are neutral flavor producers when the temperature of the beer in the fermentor is in the mid 60°F range.
NB’s American Amber Ale is one of my favorites.