Blonde Ale

Discover a variety of mouthwatering blonde ale recipes that are perfect for any occasion. From refreshing summer sippers to hearty winter warmers, find your new favorite brew.
Let's talk Belgian Blond Ales - perfect brews for easy drinking. As the name suggests, these are pale golden beers that showcase the delicate spicy flavors of Belgian yeast. They are lightly hopped and have a modest alcohol content - usually around 6-7.5% ABV. You'll notice aromas and flavors of pepper, lemon, apple, honey, and wheat. Some grassy, floral hops bring balance. The body is light and crisp, while still having nice Belgian character. Floral, Drinking, Alcohol, Beer, Nice, Ale, Pepper, Beer Friends, Flavors

Let's talk Belgian Blond Ales - perfect brews for easy drinking. As the name suggests, these are pale golden beers that showcase the delicate spicy flavors of Belgian yeast. They are lightly hopped and have a modest alcohol content - usually around 6-7.5% ABV. You'll notice aromas and flavors of pepper, lemon, apple, honey, and wheat. Some grassy, floral hops bring balance. The body is light and crisp, while still having nice Belgian character.

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Jens Henning
How to Brew American Pale Ale: Crafting the Quintessential American Hoppy Ale

American Pale Ale is closely related to the English Pale Ale. These two beers share the same history, with the American version becoming a separate style nearly forty years ago.

American pale ales are refreshing, pale in color, hoppy, yet with the right amount of malt to make the beer very balanced and extremely drinkable. American Version, Beer, Ale, American Crafts, English, Craft Beer, The Beer, English Pale Ale, Malt

How to Brew American Pale Ale: Crafting the Quintessential American Hoppy Ale American Pale Ale is closely related to the English Pale Ale. These two beers share the same history, with the American version becoming a separate style nearly forty years ago. American pale ales are refreshing, pale in color, hoppy, yet with the right amount of malt to make the beer very balanced and extremely drinkable.

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Kalyke Blonde: An award-winning blonde ale with its easy-drinking, slightly malty, and clean qualities. Foods, Ale, Homebrew Recipes, Brewing Recipes, Belgian Beer, Flavors, How To Make Beer, Beer Recipes, Food

An award-winning blonde ale with its easy-drinking, slightly malty, and clean qualities, the Kalyke Blonde is a recipe by Scott Strain and Bobby Kros that was created for the Sower's Cup competition in 2015. The two gentlemen took home Best of Show with this simple, yet complex ale. The addition of rye grains gives this beer crisp and spicy aspects, while the customary Belgian yeast showcases the traditional, yeast-forward characteristics of Belgian ale. The name Kalyke comes from…

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Gary Yates
Let's talk Blonde Ales - crisp, easy-drinking golden brews perfect for sunny days. As you probably guessed from the name, Blonde Ales are straw to golden blonde in color. They have a light, dry body and moderate bitterness from noble-type hops like Saaz or Tettnang. The malt bill is focused on lighter pilsner malts and sometimes wheat. This provides a bready-crisp malt backbone without being sweet or caramelly. Hop flavors like spicy, floral, or herbal shine through. Drinking, Ale, Floral, Beer, Pale Ale, Pilsner, Blonde Ale, Malt, Crisp

Let's talk Blonde Ales - crisp, easy-drinking golden brews perfect for sunny days. As you probably guessed from the name, Blonde Ales are straw to golden blonde in color. They have a light, dry body and moderate bitterness from noble-type hops like Saaz or Tettnang. The malt bill is focused on lighter pilsner malts and sometimes wheat. This provides a bready-crisp malt backbone without being sweet or caramelly. Hop flavors like spicy, floral, or herbal shine through.

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Jens Henning

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