This Season's Blonde

Blonde Ale
Aspen Brewing Co
69% of 100
Aspen Brewing Company’s first real “seasonal” offering was our Spring Blonde Wheat Ale, which made its debut during the spring season of ’09. It was released without fanfare or publicity, but despite this under-the-radar status, it was a hit. Like, a huge hit. Such a hit in fact that its name on our menu in the tasting room was magically changed to Summer Blonde Wheat Ale as the temps warmed up through the late spring into the early summer. So, guess what’s happened now – the Blonde has become a year-round offering known as “This Season’s Blonde”! Hooray! Every season should involve a Blonde, right? Similar to our Smuggler Wheat Hefeweizen-styled Ale, this This Season’s Blonde beauty is a Wheat Ale, however it does have some notable differences to our favorite Hefeweizen. First and foremost, where Smuggler Wheat is a cloudy, yeasty, and nutrient-rich ale, This Season’s Blonde is served clear, with playful carbonation leading to wonderful head and beautiful lace along the side of your pint glass. This Season’s Blonde goes down dangerously easily, but you won’t be disappointed! We have been told by our local regulars that This Season’s Blonde is a bit more floral, citrusy, and generally ‘hoppy’ than Smuggler Wheat, which the Aspen Brew Crew agrees with – though don’t be scared, its not bitter like Independence Pass Ale or Conundrum Red.
$9.98
This Season's Blonde is available to buy in increments of 2
Aspen Brewing Company’s first real “seasonal” offering was our Spring Blonde Wheat Ale, which made its debut during the spring season of ’09. It was released without fanfare or publicity, but despite this under-the-radar status, it was a hit. Like, a huge hit. Such a hit in fact that its name on our menu in the tasting room was magically changed to Summer Blonde Wheat Ale as the temps warmed up through the late spring into the early summer. So, guess what’s happened now – the Blonde has become a year-round offering known as “This Season’s Blonde”! Hooray! Every season should involve a Blonde, right? Similar to our Smuggler Wheat Hefeweizen-styled Ale, this This Season’s Blonde beauty is a Wheat Ale, however it does have some notable differences to our favorite Hefeweizen. First and foremost, where Smuggler Wheat is a cloudy, yeasty, and nutrient-rich ale, This Season’s Blonde is served clear, with playful carbonation leading to wonderful head and beautiful lace along the side of your pint glass. This Season’s Blonde goes down dangerously easily, but you won’t be disappointed! We have been told by our local regulars that This Season’s Blonde is a bit more floral, citrusy, and generally ‘hoppy’ than Smuggler Wheat, which the Aspen Brew Crew agrees with – though don’t be scared, its not bitter like Independence Pass Ale or Conundrum Red.
More Information
Package 12oz Can
Beer Style Group Lagers, Blonde & Cream Ales
beer flavor belgian, light-beers
ABV 5.600000
IBU 24.000000
Rating Score 3.46664
UPC 862247000218
Sold as Packs 6 Pack
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