Of course, “bad news” is relative; if you have a strong bias against macrobrewers, then this is probably a beer you would avoid. But, good news again, it’s not a bad beer at all.
Fischer Amber is a 6% alcohol beer brewed (according to BeerAdvocate) to the “Euro Dark Lager” style. That’s rather vague; in actuality, this “Bière d’Alsace” is less “dark” and more “amber” and strikes me as being more in line with a Vienna Lager style (think Dos Equis or Sam Adams Boston Lager). You can buy it online at Liquid Solutions.
Smell: Bready/yeasty and a bit sweet, reminds me of raw bread dough. Light caramel, possibly a bit of butterscotch. I won’t swear there isn’t a touch of skunked (lightstruck) aromas either.
Taste: Clean and “beery”; like a Vienna lager, with light caramel and even lighter roasted malts. A touch steely (hops?). A touch grainy—not bad—kind of like the “grain” character you’d get from a loaf of whole wheat bread.
Mouthfeel: Lighter side of medium-bodied, a bit gassy, but finishes fairly clean—there’s something of a steely aftertaste but not overly detracting.
Overall: “Beer”—a clean lager with nice kilned-malt and archetypal “beer” notes.