Blonde Ale

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This beer is labeled as a blonde ale but that name only is appropriate for the description of the beer’s color; this hoppy ale is WAY too assertive for that boring “Blonde Ale” category! In the aroma, the hops are readily apparent as herbal, spicy, and floral for a character somewhat like noble hops but with a light lemony kick. The hops are again forward in the flavor with a light grainy pilsner malt  and a hint of honey to add background character. This beer finishes crisp and refreshing with Logos, Honey, Beer, Add Background, Blonde Ale, Drinks Brands, The Beer, A Character, Pilsner

True Blonde Ale

This beer is labeled as a blonde ale but that name only is appropriate for the description of the beer’s color; this hoppy ale is WAY too assertive for that boring “Blonde Ale” category! In the aroma, the hops are readily apparent as herbal, spicy, and floral for a character somewhat like noble hops but with a light lemony kick. The hops are again forward in the flavor with a light grainy pilsner malt and a hint of honey to add background character. This beer finishes crisp and refreshing…

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Lexie Hart
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Saison Tropicale

The following beer recipe is featured in the March/April 2012 issue of Zymurgy magazine. Access this issue along with the archives with Zymurgy Online! This saison recipe is perfect for summertime, bringing together refreshing flavors of tropical fruit with hints of Belgian yeast character. Saison yeast is also typically more tolerant of higher fermentation temperatures, making this a great beer recipe for folks fermenting at room temperature.

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Josh Gunderson
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Blonde Ale / Premium Lager

Testimonials Introduction Recipe Notes / Process Pictures / Videos Testimonials "After just one day in the keg this beer tasted great! I'm really happy with how this batch turned out. The beer is slightly grainy, slightly sweet, and has lots of nice, fresh, almost minty bitterness." - Geosmashing "I finally brewed

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Jerry Erdman

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