Bottle Size: N/A Got it as a draft (House of Brews)
Background Information (via Chelsea Brewing Company): “The Crisp, Pale Golden Ale is made in the style of northern Germany “Kolsch beer. The finest imported Noble Hops varieties & 10% Wheat malt gives this brew a dry finish with a complex and yet delicate hop flavor and aroma. A Totally Bodacious Blond Ale.”
Now let’s get to the beer!
Style: American Blonde Ale
Appearance: Pale, clear gold with a frothy white head which dissipates quickly .
Scent/Smell: A buttery aroma, with a faint hop and malt smell.
Taste: A malty taste with a light, crisp honey aftertaste. Very light.
Mouthfeel: Very easy going down. I call this a college style beer, meaning you can chug it. Although the beer isn’t too popular so the carbonation could be off.
Drink with (food): Italian food, salads, and fish.
Depending on who you ask, you view of this beer varies greatly. This is likely due to it often being served on tap and not a popular beer at that which means that it can get flat which obviously changes the overall taste and quality of the beer.
Next: Empire Amber Ale
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